I am a wedding photographer currently living in Toronto and Collingwood with my little red dog and large collection of cameras. I officially started this business in 2015, after working as a freelance photographer for years, and discovering I held a surprising passion for documenting weddings. Three years later I run my business full time and have now photographed couples all over Ontario, Canada wide, and internationally. I’m still just as excited about my job as the first day I opened the doors of this little business!
I’m a passionate entrepreneur, and love getting to work in a creative field. Growing up, for the most part I was a science and math-y kid, and completed a degree in marine biology before ‘taking a break’ to study photography and get some businesses started. I haven’t looked back since.
If I’m not working on the business, you’ll find me outdoors doing anything. Hiking, sea kayaking, paddle boarding, running, gardening, as long as I’m out in the fresh air and close to water I’ll be happy.
I would love to sit down over a cup of tea and get to know one another better, so send me a message and let’s talk weddings!
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I approach this business as a storyteller. Using a combination of documentary and fine art wedding photography, 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 my business is building good relationships. I believe in creating a wedding photography experience where couples feel comfortable and well looked after from day one. Planning a wedding is a big new venture for most people, and I aim to eliminate stress, maintain transparency, and get to know all the couples I work with to make the process of selecting and working with your wedding photographer simple and positive.
I believe that photographs from important moments in your life should be enjoyed, flipped through, browsed with a cup of tea while passing by, and shared with family, friends, and future generations. The best way to accomplish this is through tangible prints, so the photographs we create together are all presented in heirloom quality photo albums, and loose leaf or framed prints.