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  • about me

    As a life photographer, I use photography as a way to expand, connect and create. I especially revel in covering important life experiences, including weddings, relationships, and achievements. For my clients and subjects, this means what we do is real, and fun.

    I love to tell photo-stories from all over the world, which has lead to me to shoot destination weddings in India, Brazil, Israel, Mexico, Curacao, Costa Rica and the US. As well, I am committed to documenting humanitarian projects, such as important initiatives in Kenya, Tanzania, India and Rwanda. My photos from the HBO documentary of the first interracial prom in Charleston Mississippi, have been published internationally, including Seventeen Magazine, O Magazine, The National Post, and The Globe and Mail.

    For me, photography of people is the capturing of their essence, and sharing back what I saw and felt. Wherever, and whomever they are. Everywhere and anywhere.

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The secret to the best weddings.

Don’t sweat the small stuff.

That’s the message that I got from Brenda + Colin’s wedding.  A wedding can happen in a year, or in a month.  It can rain, or it can be sunshine.  Sometimes it’s all of these things.  And as long as all the important elements are there, as long as your loved ones and beloved are there, nothing else really matters.  And that is the secret.

With all of the above happening for them, it was absolutely one of the most dear weddings I have been to.  Fortunately, it landed on the most beautiful weekend in all in Muskoka this Autumn — in rain and shine — and the celebration and love a-flowing.  It meant the world to me to be there, thank you Brenda + Colin.

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Hello! Napa Valley

Exta! Extra!  Read all about it in this week’s Hello! Canada.  Last month, actress Lisa Ray married her love, Jason Dehni.  I had the great privilege of flying out to Napa to document the wedding.  And today it is featured in Hello! Canada Magazine.   It was as dreamy and wonderful as it looks.

You might also be interested to know that Lisa’s beautiful dress was designed by the Indian designer Wendell Rodricks, and there are more photos and info about that, here : 

If you are finding yourself getting swept up in the moment, and you need more, here is a little video ET Canada made after the wedding :

ps — This wedding was wonderfully planned by Sarah Ghazzagh, of A Dream Wedding. Such a pleasure to work with her!

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To Fall or not to Fall

Lindsay + Steve wanted to have their engagement session with the fall leaves.  It was gorgeous.  (And probably the only day it hasn’t rained!)  Truth be told though, these two could have had their shoot anywhere.  It wasn’t the leaves and location that made it, it was the two of them, and how in love they are.

I can’t wait for more in November!!

p.s.  It’s possible the dogs had something to do with it, too…  Just so cute.

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