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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Kristen is one of my closest friends and has been a constant in my life since we were eighteen and nineteen. We’ve texted endlessly and spent hours on the phone and hundreds of dollars flying back and forth between Baltimore, MD and Vancouver, BC—and sometimes, halfway in between, wherever we happened to be. She is the friend who ‘gets me’ the most. As a thinker herself, she understands my brain and works to understand it more each time we were together.

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 I was in love with Randy and I knew it with confidence deep down in my soul.

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Forge - A Love Story

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“I couldn’t talk about this while I’m driving,” he said.

I took a deep breath in.

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On Monday, July 22nd, the day after “I love you” I wrote in my journal… 

“I’m still a little scared of ‘I love you.’ I felt good saying it yesterday. I didn’t regret it. I haven’t regretted it. I felt like it was exploding painfully in my brain before I said it. Hence the tears. When I told Randy I liked him for the first time, I don’t remember being ‘fully’ confident of it. (I can’t be fully confident of emotion, it messes with my brain, I find it hard to decipher.)
But I grew in confidence. I feel like loving Randy will be the same. I want to commit to him and know him and grow with him and open up. I didn’t expect emotion to be so “uncomfortable” for me. I also certainly expected to “feel” in love and giddy and crazy. I’d love to feel that now. To look at him and know he’s my husband.”

As the months went on, I began to understand more and more about how my (INTJ) brain worked. Thoughts were thought of and feelings followed. First, I had to logically determine my thoughts about Randy and wait until my subconscious felt safe enough for emotion to appear. (Yes, I was, and am, a complex little thinker.)

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