I'm a wedding and portrait photographer living in Vancouver, BC with my husband Randy. I photographed my first wedding when I was only 17 years old - and I've photographed over 200 weddings since! I am an avid bookworm, lover of green tea, pretty nail polish & my Labradoodle Harley. Thanks for visiting!
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Our Love Story
A couple months ago I had the opportunity to photograph something totally different! I loved capturing Bethany and Chloe’s new business venture called Create and Coterie: a Vancouver Craft Workshop. From their website: create + coterie is a new kind of workshop in Vancouver, BC. We’re hosting modern, pop-up craft workshops where the craft is only half the fun. Join us to be inspired, get creative, and create a community. Come sip some bubbly, maybe make a new friend and take home a fun, modern craft you made yourself!
I’ve been blogging for 9 years now and it’s no secret that I think blogging is the coolest invention since the printing press.
(Well, maybe that’s still cooler, I really like books a lot. And there would be no books without the printing press. But you get the point. Blogs are cool.)
The WPPI Conference is an annual conference and expo for wedding and portrait photographers around the world. This year was my fourth time attending but my first time since 2011 – it was surreal to be back with Randy and see what’s changed and what’s stayed the same! Having just got home from travelling New Zealand for 24 days, we knew Vegas would have to be a quick trip. We were there just over 48 hours, which was definitely enough time to see who we wanted to see, learn a few things and come back to Vancouver to the home we love with the dog we love. ;)
Randy and I had an amazing getaway this past weekend to Ucluelet and Tofino with his best friend Mark and his wife Kim. Randy is originally from the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island (where Mark and Kim still live) and we had been there all week staying with Randy’s Mom. Tofino is located on the very-most western point of Vancouver Island (basically… the west coast of the west coast!) and it’s quite the trek from the Vancouver area – a full day of travel. But from Comox Valley? It’s only a three hours drive! The best.