Last weekend I photographed my sister’s family in downtown Calgary. The amazingly cute kids are Kohen and Jade.
On the 21st Nora, Ryan and I headed to Banff National Park for to take some engagement photographs. Despite the forecast calling for partly cloudy weather, we ran into a torrential downpour. However, the gods smiled on Ryan and Nora and the storm passed quickly and we were able to get some photographs before the light was lost.
Despite the tremendous amount of rain we revived on Sept. 7th, Charlene, Albert and their families still partied hard and made the wedding a day to remember.
This past weekend a longtime family friend was married in an intimate ceremony at the bride’s parents’ home in Varsity. This was followed by a fantastic reception at the Winter Club. The couple is truly loved by a huge number of friends and family.
Last weekend I was invited to photograph Mallary and Colm’s wedding in British Columbia. They decided to have the wedding at a vineyard just outside of Kelowna because they wanted a beautiful location that their friends and family from across North America could enjoy. It was a great choice, both the setting and the company were spectacular.
Who knew brooms in trees work better than umbrellas? Andi and Dan planned a wonderful outdoor wedding at a campground near Canmore, there was only one issue, the forecast called for rain and the skies looked ominous. Thankfully Andi and Dan’s relatives knew the old superstition- putting brooms in trees ward of the rain. Thankfully the brooms worked and the day and wedding turned out to be amazing, just like the couple.
Two weekends ago I met with Caroline and Jason at their first home in Evanston and I was greeted by Caliya, a Alaskan Klee Kai (miniature husky). She wasn’t sure what to make of me at first, but did settle down for some photos. I can’t decide who is cuter, the dog or Caroline and Jason as a couple.