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
Last July, only a few days after Louise and Cary got engaged, Louise sent me an email (with lots of excited exclamation marks!) “I have been amazed by your wedding photography for quite some time now. You are soooo talented! My fiancé and I are planning a very small wedding on July 17!” Within a few emails, the booking was confirmed and a few months ago, I met Louise and Cary over coffee to get to know them a bit better. These two are such sweet people. You can truly see how in love with one another they are and how excited they were to begin their marriage.
Allison and Jonathan met at an Engineering Competition while Jonathan was attending university in BC and Allison in Alberta. Jonathan, along with the support of his friends, approached Allison and started a conversation. Allison & Jonathan had a great connection from the start and began dating long-distance between the two Provinces while attending their separate universities. When Jonathan graduated with his degree, he knew it was a ‘no brainer.’ He would start looking for a job in Alberta, just to be with Allison.
I have been so excited for Ronald and Emily‘s wedding day since I met them at their engagement session just a few short months ago! Their wedding day is everything I love in a wedding day – gorgeous natural light, amazing view from the Stanley Park Teahouse, relaxed and smiley bride and groom (so smiley!), good food, intimate feel with close friends and family gathered around… on a weekday, no less! It was the best.
Phoebe and Jacky were married this past Saturday at Westwood Plateau Golf Course! The day began at Phoebe’s family’s home, just a few minutes down the road from their venue. The bridesmaids lined the driveway as Jacky and his groomsmen arrived for ‘door games’ – a Chinese tradition where the groom has to ‘win’ his bride through challenges. After a few hilarious games and of course, bartering with money, his car (Phoebe’s friend said, Really, you’re giving me your car? Jacky said no, I’m giving Phoebe my car. The bridesmaids said that wasn’t a good enough offer, haha.) – finally, Jacky was allowed to see his bride, Phoebe!