My best of the best from this past decade from 2010 thru to 2019. Showing my timeless style of simplicity, natural beauty, candid moments, dramatic lighting, and just amazing photos from some of the most amazing people I’ve had the pleasure to meet and work with over these last 10 years. Some I even now consider close friends.
Trends were never my thing – though I did try a few in the early 2010’s – but I came into my own style by 2015. The last 4 to 5 years that style has really been predominate with much learning to go in the coming years.
One thing about my work is I take pride knowing an image from last year, the year before or even 9 years ago will stand the test of time. Whether on any wall or mantle my images cannot be dated due to a trend or certain look from the wedding photography industry that has come and gone.
Once again – Thank you to all my clients (friends) from near and far! Love you all. Here’s to the next 10 amazing years to come!
If there were ever two people who could be more perfect for each – it would be Natalie + Scott. With Natalie’s huge smile and gigantic heart, and Scott’s larger than life personality and humor – it was an absolute pleasure to be a part of their big day.
The entire wedding was a success from start to finish – with the weather being the way it was, sunny and cool. Too the fun and laughs with the entire wedding party all day. That fun continued throughout the evening and into the party hours.
A big congrats to you both, Natalie + Scott! Never change who you are!
A big thanks to all the vendors who helped out in that success for their wedding to make my job look easy! And a special thanks to Gene for second shooting for me.
It has been a one of the best years for me professionally. I want to again thank and congratulate all my clients this year for trusting in me, my vision and mostly my creativity.
I absolutely love photographing a wedding. All the challenges it brings, both personally and professionally. The best is the artistic freedom that my clients give me! THANK YOU! To all that have enjoyed and grown to love my style over the years – THANK YOU!
I will continue to become better and better, learning as I grow for all my 2018 clients and beyond.
Here’s to the new year and what it might bring to everyone. Cheers and enjoy some of my favourites from this past year of 2017
THANKS to all the vendors who helped bring my art to life!!! Love and happiness to all!
2016 has been a fabulous year for me professionally and personally. I want to thank and congratulate all my clients this past year for trusting in me and my vision. I have grown to absolutely love photographing a wedding. The challenges it brings to me both personally and professionally. The artistic freedom that my clients give me and have grown to love over the years brings pure satisfaction to me. I will only strive to become better and better for all my 2017 clients and beyond.
Here’s to the new year and what it my bring to everyone. Cheers and enjoy some of my favourites from this past year of 2016.
2015 was a year to remember. My daughter Charleigh was in the 2 year of her life, enjoying learning, laughing and waving at everyone from cars passing by to the airplanes in the sky. My boy Quinn turned 11 and is the typical boy of that age, loving gaming, hockey, YouTube and his baby sister.
Well enough of the chit chat, lets get down to why you are on my blog – to see some of my favourite wedding (and some engagement) images from 2015.
Sit back, grab a glass on your favourite vino and enjoy some images from the best clients a wedding photographer could ask for!
The long weekend in May this year I had the pleasure to photograph the traditional Cambodian wedding ceremony of Sopheap and Marco’s Saturday morning. Along with this colourful array, the evening before on Friday, a Buddhist Monk had flown in from Cambodia to bless the happy couple. Along with these two amazing traditions, Sunday brought a traditional North American style wedding as well. Here are some of my favourites from the amazing three days. Enjoy.
Still finding the time to catch up on my awesome 2011 weddings here on the blog. This time round is the fun couple of Erin and Chad!
I photographed their daughter a couple time prior to the wedding so when it came to the actual day of the ceremony she was used to me and what I did. Which for a little who like the camera was good!
Lots of unique details to their wedding – a trolly instead of a limo, a simple but different signature drink at the reception. The list goes on. I love photographing the details that my couples spend so much time on getting just right for their day. These details are what make every wedding unique and different!
Happy New Year everyone! More blogging to come – in the mean time enjoy the photos of Erin and Chads wedding.
Merry Christmas and happy holidays to everyone.
Since we are still in midst of the holiday season, though Christmas has past, I thought I’d share an assignment I had with my local magazine I photograph for (THE DRIVE magazine). The assignment was to photograph one of Windsor’s very historic buildings built back when the horse was still the main for of transportation.
Willistead Manor is a place I have photographed numerous weddings and wedding parties. But this time round was to show off the beauty of the Manor decorated for the holidays.
Enjoy the photos.
Cheers. Bring on 2012!
The last weekend of September I had the pleasure to photograph Gina and Trevor’s wedding here in Windsor, ON. The entire day was fun from start to finish including those crazy limo rides! Trevor being an architectural engineer we agreed to stop for some photos on the back side of the Casino where lines meet form and in case it rained we had a nice big over hang to stay dry. The rain held and with a quick stopover at their hotel to freshen up, we continued to the reception where the fun never stopped. Congrats to you both!