My absolute favourite thing to do for an engagement session is incorporate the couple's life together into the imagery.
Bianca and Michael, thank you for letting me into your world for a day.
Allison and Mike's love for life and love for each other filled my heart.
The whole day sparkled, including the end.
Having these photos provide a little time capsule of Katie and Spencer's life together at this specific moment in time.
There are some days that are just so perfect, my heart sings. Nadine and Adam's wedding was one of them.
The whole day was truly special. Amazing locations, loving family and friends, gorgeous details, and an absolutely beautiful couple. Epic, indeed.
Winter weddings are becoming more and more popular! So much inspiration from this bride and groom.
When looking to start a wedding or portrait photography business, expect the unexpected. And expect to pay for it.
Less is more. Gone are the days where you retouched a bride to look like a storefront mannequin, and over-applied effects to the point that it looked like the wedding was Avatar themed.
Since Toronto is apparently the new Vancouver, snow has been hard to come by this winter. But that didn't stop Amanda and Tony from doing a really well styled, winter engagement shoot.
We went from attempting to find who we were by trying on many different identities, not realizing that it was our crazy mix of everything that had always defined us.
Love knows no boundaries, no distances, and no age. This is a backyard wedding at its finest.
I'm not sure the couple could be much better suited for one another, or much more adorable than they already are.
As far as fall engagement photos go, there's really no better place in the city of Toronto than high park.
Do I ever love a September wedding, and this one was particularily special.
Never was there a wedding day filled with so much love, class, and pure joy!
Of course we were hoping to get the cover, and were delighted when we saw the unveiling! Keep your eyes peeled at Chapters/Indigo
One of the best parts about being a wedding photographer in the Greater Toronto Area is that you get to experience so many different wedding cultures and traditions.
Toronto is full of hidden gems, and the Scarborough Bluffs area is one of them.
Montreal born Toronto transplants Travis and Tanya headed down to the Grand Palladium resort in Jamaica with a few dozen of their closest family and friends to tie the knot on May 23 2015.
The sun was shining, REALLY shining, and I had to be smart about not letting the light get too harsh.
Travel brings so much to one's life. It expands your horizons, introduces you to new people and cultures, and opens your mind.
The location already has a glamourous and romantic feeling to it, so when you add Christmas, it's the perfect place for a holiday engagement session.
The Eglinton Grand was the perfect venue for this romantic, old Hollywood style wedding.
Keeping in theme with their rustic wedding next September, we drove down the QEW to Albion Falls in Hamilton for their engagement session.
Michelle and Nick couldn't have picked a better time, but things got a little dicey as we woke up to quite a rainy Saturday.
Together we decided to go out to Ward's Island on the Toronto Islands where we could have a variety of scenes. The beach, the woods (somebody's random clothes line) and the cityscape all played huge parts in this shoot.