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Places We've Gone, People We've Seen

Colborne & Rachel’s Community Wedding in Edmonton

Rachel & Colborne were surrounded by so much love in their close knit community at Bethel Community Church for their vows earlier this spring. Their reception was simple and fun, focussing on fellowship, laughter, and the bright future ahead of them. I love looking back at photos when you can’t help but see the pure…

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Katie & Clint’s Yellowhead Brewery Wedding

True love is why wedding photographers do what they do. These guys embody that to me and there’s so much great spirit and expression and fun in their wedding gallery. It always makes me happy to look through these photos and I hope you enjoy them too. Be on the lookout for flawless bride and…

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Paul & Jenn’s Charming Retro Wedding

Tulle, lace, and the prettiest salmon coloured cabbage roses (are those cabbage roses?) were a perfectly girly and retro offset for Jenn’s spunky personality. She was just a smashing beauty, and Paul obviously felt like the luckiest bloke in the world. Congrats!

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Hector & Denise’s Fun Downtown Wedding

I got to meet Hector and Denise on one of my many great days working with Heather Stone of Tulle and Tweed. They are both super cool people, and we had a great day making images in some of our favourite spots!

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Amber & Dilan’s Evening River Session

Instead of the usual engagement session, Amber planned a super cool second wedding shoot. She planned the wardrobe and I planned a place to play in the water. The local beach goers headed home just before we started, but not before they were totally mystified by me dragging an eight foot step ladder down the…

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Alison & Travis’s Intimate Stone Barn Wedding

Alison and Travis are two people that march to the beat of their own drum, and a tiny family wedding in a spot they love was just perfect for them. It was a chilly day but everyone enjoyed themselves like the sun was shining!

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AJ & Vicki’s Shaw Conference Centre

I love being a second shooter when the groomsmen are THIS FUN. I had a moment of inspiration when I got to the hotel lobby a bit early, and I’m very glad these fellas were totally game for a laugh. The rest of the day was just as super… the door games were a laugh…

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Aaron & Shaleeza

Sometimes you only have a little time with a subject, such as with Aaron and Shaleeza. I was honoured to observe the Edmonton chapter of their wedding at the Muslim Association of Canada, enjoyed an amazing community lunch with them (bumped into one of my favourite family clients too!) and then we did a mini-session…

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Jon & Cassie’s Prairie Garden Wedding

The day started foggy and mysterious, taunted us with a bit of rain during the ceremony chasing the guests into the green house, and ended with a golden sunset that kept everyone enjoying the soft summer air. I love weddings that stay in the same venue all day… it’s a lovely to remember your wedding…

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Becky & Chris’s Engagement Session

I can’t wait for Becky and Chris’s wedding next summer! I love that they wanted to include the whole family in our plans and new baby snuggles are always a great perk of the job. We took pictures around a few of my favourite spots in the Edmonton River Valley.

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