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Yearly Archives: 2014

Breakfast with Santa | Palais Royale Family Photos

Every Wednesday throughout the year, I go to The Palais Royale for their charity lunch, put on by Pegasus Hospitality Group.  As far as I am concerned, it is the best deal in the city.  $15, all you can eat, gourmet food and all proceeds go to three different charities (Hellenic Hope Centre, Carmelina’s Home...

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Scott and Steph’s Wedding | Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club | Toronto wedding photographers

Scott and Steph may look familiar from their engagement photo session, which you can see here:
I was pretty excited to photograph their wedding at The Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club, since they were so nice to work with for their engagement photos.   Their wedding was of course, no different. Scott is American and...

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Norm and Diane Wedding at James Gardens, Islington United Church and the Eaton Chelsea Hotel | Toronto wedding photographers

Norm, Diane and I connected immediately when Norm told me that he was very involved in the Toronto Blues community, because I also love that type of music.  We also connected upon realizing that we live just one kilometre from each other!
I love how Diane and her son are grinning at each other before they...

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Militza and Nuno Engagement Photos | Port Credit, Adamson Estates and Downtown | Toronto wedding photographers

I love it when my couples come to me with unique ideas and Militza and Nuno sure did! They wanted to incorporate both Militza’s passion for flamenco dancing and Nuno’s love of comics into their engagement session.
Nuno and Militza found out about me through our mutual friend, Erika.   Erika also happens to do flamenco...

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Colleen and Nigel’s Wedding at Christie Mill Inn and Spa | Toronto wedding photographers

The first time I met Colleen and Nigel was actually on their wedding day (due to their originally scheduled photographer having a health emergency), but by the end of the night, we felt like old friends.
I am thrilled that I got to be their photographer in the end (and the other photographer has since recovered...

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Scott and Steph’s Engagement Photos at the Distillery District and the Roundhouse

Scott sent me one of the most exciting wedding requests I have ever received. His email was titled, “1920s wedding photos.” Everyone who knows me, knows I adore that decade (so please, call me if you are having a 1920s themed wedding).
We did their engagement photos in the historic Distillery District and at the Roundhouse,...

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Emily | Toronto child portrait photographer

Every year, my family goes to The Mariposa Folk Festival in Orillia (my parents, husband, the kids and I).  Besides fantastic music, they also have an amazing area for children.  Emily made this crown at Mariposa this year. I think she was pretty proud of it. This is definitely my favourite photo from the festival.


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Surprise 70th birthday at The Old Mill | Etobicoke event photographers

Suzanne and I started talking at an Etobicoke Mompreneurs event.  She runs a fantastic cleaning company called Bubbles and Squeak (if you found out about them on here, please let them know!).  We got talking and just a couple of weeks later, I was photographing the following event.
Suzanne and her sister, Jen organized a surprise...

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Alex and Victoria | Toronto Headshot Photographer

Alex and Victoria’s mom, Tracey did her headshots with me in the winter, so I was thrilled to meet her kids when they came in for theirs.

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Newborn Mackenzie | Toronto Newborn and Family Photographer

Mackenzie’s parents saw photos I had taken of other newborns on the wall at Midwife Alliance , which is the same clinic I went to when I was pregnant with my little ones.  Her mom’s name is also Danielle and we even sign off on our emails the same way (-Danielle)!  We later found out...

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