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I woke up this morning, looked out the window at the arrival of the overnight snowstorm and thought: thanks universe, for taking away all of my light today. It was cloudy and grey… Not even light grey! A dark and depressing kind of grey… I have shoots planned! I have places to be!… So I got out of bed and thought of different kinds of lighting and what I would need. The shoots the day before had wonderful light flowing through the windows like I had expected for the whole weekend. But now I was stuck with hardly anything. However, thanks to a shower curtain and a great assistant, I was able to come up with something.

Here is one session from the boudoir weekend! She had it all planned out, down to the vacuum to clean up all the feathers!


During the week of my wedding last year in August, I was so busy thinking of what I had to still prepare or where I had to be, that a lot of that week just remains a blur to me. I mean, I still remember certain events but I can’t separate the time frame. Today, while sorting through the images that I took during that week, I came across these 4. They were taken the day before the wedding at the “Meet and Greet” for all of the wedding guests. I had completely forgotten that I had sat each of them down just long enough to take about 3 frames each before the celebrations began.

These 4 amazing people came all the way from Vancouver to witness and be a part of my wedding day. I still can’t believe that they were all here in Nova Scotia at the same time! Looking at these images, I am reminded at how lucky I am to have these people in my life. They showered me with gifts and made sure the whole week was just perfect. It’s hard being away sometimes, but it was great to see them at Christmas and see how time and distance doesn’t change a thing between us.

I’ll come back, I promise.

Trista and Christian were married about two and a half years ago in the same gazebo that you see below. They live in Germany and were back for the holidays when they contacted me to get some photos done! Their wedding was the first I have ever photographed, and it started my love for wedding photography. I had been with Christian and his groomsmen getting ready, and I remember how calm and collected he was as we headed down to the ceremony. When Trista appeared in her beautiful dress from around the corner, you could see both of their faces light up. As you can see now, nothing has changed.



I have known Claire since elementary school where we would spend countless hours together watching movies, shopping, and just being best friends. This past summer she traveled all the way to Nova Scotia for my wedding, which just proves that we will always have each other’s backs. During my visit to Vancouver to see friends and family, I wanted to do a special shoot for her and her boyfriend, Craig, at Granville Island. They have been together for a few years now and I’m sad I only was able to spend an afternoon with them, but I promise to go back soon. Our 12 year old selves would say that they are meant to be together because their names both start with C (right, Claire? :p). Their names match, their personalities match, and overall they are just a great fit and completely adorable as you can see below:



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