Category Archives: Weddings

Christine & Adam ~ Blackie Spit Wedding

Wow, time flies! I went to highschool with these two beauties and although they weren’t ‘highschoolView full post »

Ailish & Bryan ~ UBC Chapel & Granville Island Wedding

This lovely wedding = classy, creative and genuine! After meeting Ailish & Bryan for their engagement session at YVRView full post »

Kathlyn & Greg ~ Wedding

I love these two people. Kathlyn and Greg are full of life and joy. They are real with each other and with others andView full post »

Laura & Marcus ~ Redwoods Golf Course Wedding

Ever since I shot Laura and Marcus’ engagement session, I have been looking forward to photographing them again!View full post »

Rachael & Mark ~ Fort Langley Hall Wedding

Rachael is everything lovely, sweet, and vintage. Mark is everything handsome, romantic, and loving. Their wedding cameView full post »

Sarah & Kenny ~ Countryside Wedding

Sarah & Kenny are some of the sweetest, kindest, and most entirely genuine people you could ever have the pleasureView full post »

Jenn & Josh ~ Wedding

We had a few beautiful locations for this lovely wedding! From Van Dusen Gardens to the UBC Boathouse, the rain didn&#View full post »

Megan & Caleb ~ Wedding

A beautiful bride with pretty bridesmaids, pretty nailpolish and pretty flowers, married her handsome groom, a tall manView full post »

Hailey & Connor ~ Brix Restaurant Wedding

Dapper and glamour… certainly one of the most stylish weddings we had the pleasure of shooting this past year! A hugeView full post »

Tracey & Sean ~ Grouse Mountain Wedding

Tracey and Sean had a beautiful, Vancouver-true wedding. We started the day off in downtown, and then made our way up toView full post »

Gillian & Kurtis ~ Wedding

Most weddings occur in the afternoon, Gillian and Kurtis planned their wedding for the morning. They had a backyardView full post »

Steph & Charly ~ Brockhouse Wedding

Charly and Stephanie have been best friends for a long time; they basically grew up together. It was a joy to be a partView full post »