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Jess and Stephen

I have to admit - these two were painfulllllll to photograph. They were disheveled, grouchy, mean, not fun at all, and had miserable personalities. They looked awkward at all times, had ZERO chemistry and ZERO 'sparkle'. Everything you see here? Photoshopped. Yes, I'm that good. I can create beautiful, lively, charming and witty people with just a few clicks. I take full credit for the gorgeousness that you see before you. I am humble... also very delusional. This lady was my

Motherhood Shoot

I had the chaotic and immense pleasure of shooting a crew of moms being moms (read: rockstars, chefs, superheroes, multi-taskers, sacrificers, nurses, every-other-job-in-the-world = mom). I don't know if it gets MORE candid than capturing mothers manage their littles. These four gals got together and created a space to play, eat, sip coffee, pass out snacks and socialize. We photographed inside for the first half of our shoot and then wandered down to a local playground to fi

Floral Kin

My sister and I run a floral company (servicing Vancouver and the Fraser Valley - check us out on instagram: @floral.kin) that specializes in fresh, handmade flower crowns. I recently did a shoot with a gaggle of gals who were kind enough to model a selection of our flowery headdresses. They made those crowns look gooooddddd. As a bonus and a thank-you - I designated some time to capture them with their wee ones. The great outdoors, flower crowns, friends and babes (especiall

Rutledge Family

This was very possibly the coldest shoot I've ever done with a family - the coldest shoot with also the most sass I've ever experienced (possibly ever?). Two year olds are a remarkable force of nature - and this one was no exception. Bribes, coaxing, pleading, begging... she would have none of it. She did what she wanted, when she wanted, whether anyone else wanted it. Which made for a photoshoot on the go, full of motion, and quick moments. Of course, in a beautiful place li