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Winter Engagement Photos | Hana & Court

Winter Engagement Photos | Hana & Court
This session will forever be known as the day that Hana dubbed me Ice-man.  I'd like to think it's because of my ice cold veins and my ability to keep calm under high stress scenarios (not unlike a wedding can be!).  But no.  Nothing as heroic and brag-worthy as that sadly.  No.  My new moniker is the result mistaking ice for solid ground and falling through into the [...]

The Lakehouse Calgary Wedding of Jenna & Justin

The Lakehouse Calgary Wedding of Jenna & Justin
Jenna and Justin were married at the always amazing The Lakehouse Calgary in Bonavista this past summer and it was an amazing affair planned and designed by Monica of Reflections Wedding & Design.  The floral arrangements from Flower Artistry provided the perfect anchors to the alter where Jenna's mom proudly officiated the ceremony.  Pause - how cool is that when[...]

Funke & Andrew: Engagement Photos in Inglewood

Funke & Andrew: Engagement Photos in Inglewood
Funke & Andrew.  Stylish & Super Stylish.  Is there a better place in downtown Calgary for engagement photos than in the rugged, upscale, re-gentrified neighborhood of Inglewood (always up to no good).   The perfect setting for this trend-setting couple (and ultra-rad)!  We stopped into one of their favourite haunts for some delicious food and drink, and proce[...]

Most Inspiring Wedding Photographer of 2015?!

Most Inspiring Wedding Photographer of 2015?!
Recently I had the surprise of the year (besides learning what gender my 2nd child will be in just over a month) when an email landed in my inbox from the wonderful people at WeddingBells Magazine Canada informing me that I was hand picked as one of their 30 Most Inspiring Wedding Photographers in Canada for 2015.  <Insert Home Alone face here minus the pasty white[...]

Sam & Craig: Wedding at Q-Haute Cuisine

Sam & Craig: Wedding at Q-Haute Cuisine
I met Sam at the Wedding Fair last year at the BMO centre when she stopped by my booth 60 minutes before the show was set to end.  By then my feet were sore, my throat was phone-sex-operator-dry and I was already fantasizing about the cold beer and hot pizza that was waiting for me at home.  I admit that mentally, I was starting to check out, but when Sam, very quietl[...]