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
Jason and Cassandra met through mutual friends in March 2011 at a bowling alley. Cassandra was there as a volunteer fundraising for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and Jason was invited by a friend to come on out and support the cause. There’s conflicting stories as to Jason and Cassandra’s first words shared… but Jason remembers the following. “The very first time I spoke to Cassandra was when she approached our group and insisted (loudly) that we buy 50/50 tickets. I did, and did not win anything.” Hahah.
As summer comes to a close, I’m realizing how little I’ve blogged anything “personal.” It seems my days have been full, my weekends even fuller and my blogging almost exclusively wedding stories and engagement sessions. I have many photos and stories to share – but in the midst of busy weeks, it takes the concentration I don’t always have to dig back. However, I am going to try.
The idea came together pretty quickly.
I watched my current promotional video for the first time in a looooong time last month and thought, hey, it’s been over two years. It’s time for a facelift. But what should the feel of the promo be? The concept? The videographer choice was not a question, the uber-talented Maclean and Erin of Hello Tomorrow Productions were shoe-ins. ;) Last monday we filmed the first half (splitting filming over two days this September) of my video and a big section of the video is a behind the scenes “wedding day.” Thank you to Brittany and Danny (who were married in Campbell River in July) for modelling for this session! Can’t wait to show you all the video in a couple months.
Juliana and Keith have two distinct parts to their “meeting story.” The first being in University, when a group of friends hiked the Grouse Grind together. Juliana and Keith laugh that they were a part of the “slower group” and hung out near the back. They talked most of the day and Keith ended up driving Juliana home. After that encounter, Juliana’s friend and bridesmaid Anna asked her what she thought of Keith. “He’s nice.” Well, Juliana made a slightly bigger impression on Keith that day. But first impressions aside, they went their separate ways and nothing else came of their meeting.