We decided to to do the shoot at the CASO Station in St. Thomas using the architecture and train cars as a backdrop. The chemistry between the two was unreal and their creativeness to use their surroundings in an artistic fashion made for some amazing images.
A nice perk to being a wedding photographer is that you always get to meet new people and discover great venues around the city. Missy and Michael’s wedding was no exception. I started the day off by hanging out with the guys and documenting their wedding prep. We then headed to The Brookside Banquet Centre in London,
When I’m not out at a shoot, I can be found trying out new lighting techniques to help enhance my photography. Recently I picked up a MagMod Kit and have been super pumped with the results I’ve been getting with it! Here is a cool shot of a wedding band taken straight out of camera using a gel, grid and some mist from a spray bottle.
Though it was supposed to rain all weekend, things turned around which gave us a beautiful day for a wedding! Here is a sneak peek from Claudia Marie and Braiden Leischow's wedding day at Pine Knot Golf & Country Club just East of London in Dorchester.
When I’m not shooting my own weddings or portrait sessions, I always enjoy getting out and working with other photographers! On this day, I had the pleasure of working with Darren Hatt to document Colleen & Liam’s wedding which took place in London at the Ivey Spencer Leadership Centre. The place was beautiful and I had a great time hanging out with Liam and the guys before the I do’s! Here are a few shots from the big day!
here are many reasons that I love to shoot weddings but I can honestly say one of the best perks of the job is the relationships you can build with your clients. I was contacted a year prior to this wedding by Kris to do a couples portrait session. Little did I know at the time but the portrait session was actually going to be a front for a surprise proposal!
Willow Creek, just outside of London Ontario was the host to this beautiful union of Devon and Sarah. The weather was great and everyone was super excited to see these two walk down the aisle and weren’t shy when it came to letting loose at the end of the night!
Every once in awhile I get the opportunity to work with fellow wedding photographer Darren Hatt as a second shooter. My wife and I had fallen in love with his work so we hired him to photograph our wedding. Through our meet ups we started to click and since our styles are somewhat similar I got the invite! I always love the capturing weddings plus there is always lots to learn and pick up on working with a talented artist.