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The great thing about an Ottawa City Hall wedding is that it’s short on formalities, but big on formals. What I mean by this, is that the ceremony is short and sweet (just like my own was) and we can focus on taking some brilliant posed formal photos with the happy couple. Amanda was the […]

I already said a bit about Danielle & Cory’s wedding, so I’ll spare you the words and let the day sort of speak for itself below. Special thanks to Jonathan Greenwald, who was the Goose to my Maverick. Oh, and don’t forget to check out “Everybody Dance Now”

Danielle (the bride) and I go back to high school in Toronto, so I was thrilled when she asked me to be the photographer for her wedding this past weekend in Oakville. She snagged herself a handsome RCMP officer named Cory (you can see the couple on Flickr here) out in Manitoba and then dragged […]

Maybe it’s not technical properties what make a compelling image.I love this shot, it’s grainy, blown out in both directions. But that leap Erin is taking into Will’s arms – it sums up their whole experience for me – joyous and trusting, it’s what a marriage should be.

Erin & Will – congratulations on gettin’ murried. I had the absolute pleasure of photographing Erin & Will’s wedding this weekend. Despite all location scouting going to shit (it rained… then snowed!) I had planned some indoor contingencies and packed some big lights to take good portraits. This one, though, was a bit simpler. I […]

I was very fortunate to be a part of Jennifer & Tyler’s wedding this past Saturday. Timing was an issue for us getting together – basically a tweet went out two weeks ago saying someone was looking for a wedding photographer – yours truly answered the call (…tweet). I had one chance to meet with […]

Sorry I’ve been quiet on this blog lately, but as you can see from the photo, I’ve been working feverishly on editing images from Tara & Tony’s wedding. We’re putting together a really great wedding album for them, though I’ve often used some standard book providers in the past, I wanted to up the scale […]