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    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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2007 in a few words or less…

Wow, what a year. 19 weddings.

New York City to the Windsor Arms Hotel to Muskoka to Sunnybrooke Estates.

From Farmland to golf-courses to Island parties to the humming downtown core.

Croation, Serbian, Jewish, mixed and creative non-denominational ceremonies.

Many boiling hot summer days and brilliant Autumn sunsets, a 22-person wedding party, a hilariously uncontrollable gathering of 9 flower girls and ring-bearers under the age of 5, a same-sex marriage, innumerable tear-jerking speeches, and a whole lotta love!

It has been an absolute pleasure to share these important days with such amazing people. Each wedding was incredibly moving, memorable and important to me.

Before a new year can begin, the old must conclude. Here are some highlights from this year’s weddings, to help say Goodbye to 2007 and Hello to 2008!





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