I photographed my first (kind-of first) real (kind-of real) wedding last week – and DANG these small intimate weddings are definitely my jam! Who knew COVID-19 would create an ideal wedding industry for me?! Toronto Wedding Photographer Under $2000
Megan and Chris were surrounded by loved ones while they exchanged rings and said their I Do’s. This beautiful outdoor space provided lots of room for a safe distanced wedding, but there was no lack of emotions, as love filled the air and they were finally able to call themselves husband and wife!
The perfect COVID wedding if you ask me! I’ll definitely be accepting more wedding photography bookings like this one! Short, sweet, intimate and outdoor. If you’re looking to book a wedding photographer for a small intimate outdoor wedding like this one, send me a note, and lets work out the details!
WOW WOW WOW. I’m so happy that these two were in for an early morning wake up call for a Toronto Skyline Sunrise Session.
I’ve been walking past this field every night just dreaming about a sunrise photo shoot with SOMEONE that would be willing to wake up at 5:30am to meet me here for a sunrise session. Toronto Skyline Sunrise Session.
We got there right at 6am, I put down a blanket and threw on a “chill vibes” playlist from spotify – my go-to when waking up in the mornings. I just wanted to let them have a little moment to themselves, enjoy the calmness of the morning and having the entire space to themselves to enjoy the view.
Lisa was excited to bring my vision to life, and was SUPER happy to let me pick her outfit. We were going for a (in my words) “boho-pintrest-influencer vibe“. This meant something light and flowy, and when she suggested this white kimono, I immediately pictured the sun shining through it, and I got so excited! This is pretty much my first shoot where I had a vision and was super excited to bring it to life.
Unfortunately, the sun was behind a building and didn’t pop out until about 6:45, and I finally got my dream photos!
Toronto Skyline Sunrise Session
Rory was nice enough to take some photos of my “assistant” and I at the end of their session. We pretty much just rolled out of bed, and didn’t prepare to have our photos taken, but we tried to straighten out our bed head and we jumped at the offer. He did such a great job with my camera – we love our photos so much, I think I need to print one out really big!
If you’d like photos like these, DM me to book your session. You’ll be glad you did!
Penalta asked me to take some “artsy” shots of their IQ Centre in Oakville. It’s so close to completion, but they are still finishing off some interior and landscaping. Come spring time it will look so freakin’ cool.
I was lucky to hitch a ride on the lift, to trolly around the site and get pics form some cool angles. Thanks for the A+ driving, Josh!
Here are some of my fav shots from the shoot. You will notice most of them are angled up, this is because the ground was very messy and not photo-ready.
Ping Canada just started a website and social media presence. This is very exciting, because up until now, there has only been a US site and social. All of Canada’s sales have pretty much only been through golf town and golf courses. Ping Canada Fitting Centre
As you might know, I have recently acquired a love of golf, since meeting my golf-obsessed boyfriend 3 years ago. With him being a Ping employee (and overall lover of all things Ping), I have also been conditioned to be a lover of Ping and ONLY Ping… Hahah.
Anyway…. he hired me to take photos for their new website and social platforms. Some photos of their fit center in Oakville and a few pictures of what a fitting would look like.
Ping Canada Fitting Centre
You can see some of the photos in action on the Ping Canada website ca.ping.com. As well as on their Instagram and Twitter. If you’d like to book me for a photo session, click here for my contact information.