Hi! I’m Corynn, a documentary wedding photographer based in Toronto, capturing candid, relaxed, and timeless wedding photographs for couples worldwide. I started Corynn Fowler Photography fresh out of university when, holding a freshly minted BSc in marine biology and oceanography, I realized that I wasn’t suited to life at a desk or in a lab. Instead, pursuing a lifelong entrepreneurial dream, I wrote a business plan, won a grant, and opened the doors to my business. Drawing on a math and science background, I created a company focused not only on creating beautiful candid images, but providing an exceptional experience and customer service. Over 100 weddings later, I love what I do, and have worked across Ontario, Canada, and Internationally.
I’ve always enjoyed getting to work creatively, but beyond that I’m a passionate entrepreneur. When I’m not out taking photographs you’ll find me continually improving the business, crunching numbers, learning, and striving to perfect the experience I provide for each and every couple I get to work with.
Spare time always brings me outdoors. From hiking to sea kayaking, paddle boarding to gardening, as long as I’m out in the fresh air and close to water I’ll be happy.
Your wedding deserves to be captured in the form of a beautiful, honest, evocative visual story. Using a combination of documentary and fine art wedding photography techniques, I focus on using natural light and capturing bright joyous imagery to tell a curated story of your wedding day from start to finish.
One of the core values of Corynn Fowler Photography is building good relationships. I believe you deserve a wedding photography experience where you feel comfortable, relaxed, and well looked after from day one.
Planning a wedding can be challenging, but working with your wedding photographer doesn’t have to be. I aim to eliminate stress, provide organized information, and get to know every single couple I get to work with.
All the photographs we create together are preserved in heirloom quality photo albums, or loose leaf prints. Your photographs are meant to be loved, flipped through, and shared with family, friends, and wide eyed children and grandchildren. I believe that your story is important, and should be documented in a way that will live on for years to come.