Photographing Paige’s and Chris’ wedding was bit different. Due to the late start of the ceremony I got to spend time shooting the boys and girls separately. This was a lot of fun, me and the boys may of had a bit too much fun. The lovely ceremony and reception was held at the Blue Devil Golf course.
One year from today I will be with Elaine and Cliff on their wedding day in Lake Louise, however last week I had a great time taking their engagement photographs. We started at 80th and Ivy (where they had their first date), walked around downtown, and got ice cream at Village Ice cream.
This past weekend I meet Keiji and his brother Hiro. Keiji was only a week old. He was born on August 24 at 7lb 13.5 oz. As you can see both Keiji and Hero are very photogenic.
Two miniature Huskies and ten custom cars, what else does a wedding need. Jason and Caroline were wed at St. Peter’s Catholic church in Silver Springs, appropriately had their photos taken at a dog park, and partied the night away at the Valley Ridge Golf Course.
It would be nice if all photo sessions occurred at sunset in a picturesque open field. It is also nice when you are photographing a couple having tons of fun. This describes my latest engagement session with Beth and Dustin. We started on a overlook near Cochrane and finished in a farmers field with hay bales. I am looking forward to Beth’s and Dustin’s wedding in January, hopefully it isn’t too cold!
Adelina & Brent were wed August 9th surrounded by their friends and family and, judging by the speeches, there is nothing more important to them. However the reception was much more than just speeches, it was a great party that included a karate/dance/skit hybrid demonstration that was hilarious.
So many great wedding this summer. Nora & Ryan’s wedding was no exception. It was a cross-city affair. Prep in the NE, ceremony at Spruce Meadows in the SE, pictures in Fish Creek, tea ceremony and reception at the Carriage House Inn. All done in great style and fun.
It is hard to imagine a more picturesque location for a wedding. Danica & Aaron were married on Aaron’s mother’s acreage 20 minutes north of Cochran. After a visit to the historic Bottrel general store for some photos, the ceremony was conducted in a field on the acreage and the reception was held in a quonset. Now this wasn’t just any quonset, this one was decked out with a disco ball!