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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Maddy & Ryan’s wedding day was an amaaaazing day. I had been looking forward to this day, well, basically before M+R even booked me, or I knew they were engaged. I’ve known M+R for nearly 4 years now, and it was so clear to see from the beginning of their relationship, they were meant to be together for life. They’ve faced a lot of challenges over the last handful of years together–cancer in Maddy’s body, anxiety, and a break-up.

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Timeea and Chris‘s wedding day was so beautiful. When I think of their day the word that comes to mind is family. Actual family and friends that feel like family. All of the friends in Timeea and Chris’ wedding party attend the same Romanian church in Abbotsford. It was through this same church community Timeea and Chris got to each one another better and fell in love. Sometimes weddings mean a whole bunch of separate circles on the guest list meeting one another – this wedding felt like family coming together with more family. I loved that.   Timeea’s day started early. When I arrived around eight thirty to start getting ready photos, her hair and makeup were done, and the groomsmen showed up just a few minutes after! Within a few minutes of my arrival, Timeea was getting into her wedding dress to meet Chris for the First Look outside the front doors of her parents’ home. (I loved their First Look.)   We were nearly 25 minutes ahead of schedule, so the wedding party made their way to Swaneset Bay Resort for portraits! Because we arrived early, of course we started photographing early and looking back? A total God thing! We had about 25 minutes to photograph with no rain, only overcast skies. Shortly after that mark, it started to sprinkle and we photographed a bit faster. We drove a few minutes down to the road to another portrait location with only Timeea and Chris and this is when it started to pour. Windy gusts of sideways rain.   Timeea and Chris held umbrellas for some photos but were completely down to throw them to the side when needed. After about 3 minutes of furious shooting on the road, the rain started pouring! We all ran as fast as we could to our cars, throwing umbrellas in front of us. I was so thankful for T+C’s willingness to get a little wet in the rain–and thankful for the generous timeline that allowed an hour to ‘rest’ pre-ceremony and dry off! (I would never send my couples into the rain immediately before a ceremony.) It’s a fun memory I’ll always have from this day! Enjoy the images!!   =&0=& Ramona Bobariu =&1=&Ashley King – Wedded Bliss =&2=&: David’s Bridal Officiant: Flavius Jeler =&3=&Pronovias =&4=&Sposa Wedding World =&5=&Kari Dueck Confetti Floral Design =&6=&Swaneset Bay Resort =&7=&Swaneset Bay Resort Event Rentals: Tracey Byron =&8=&: Reddy Made Cakes =&9=&Swaneset Bay Resort =&10=&Vera Wang – David’s Bridal =&11=& Moores Invitations: Minted Favours: Cupcakes   =&12=&=&13=&=&14=&=&15=&=&16=&=&17=&=&18=&=&19=& Keep on Reading!

I really love mini-destination weddings. (I call them mini if I can drive to them!) One year ago, I received a note from Sarah & Onur about shooting their engagement photos in Vancouver. I think I asked, “I’d love to! But where are you getting married?” and when I heard “Penticton!” I said, “I’m down for that, if you’ll have me!” 

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When Lyanne and Kyle started planning their wedding day, nearly a year ago, they knew their family would be the most important part of the day. They have so many friends they love – but they decided on an intimate family-only (or super close friends that feel like family!) ceremony just outside of Penticton, where Lyanne’s mom lives. I was delighted to receive their inquiry in January of this year for September 8th, a Friday, because I had already booked a Saturday, September 9th in Penticton. It was truly meant to be.

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