Telling the story of your day through candid journalistic styled images and videos are what we love to do. We are motivated by the relationship with our clients and your story is what inspires us to strive for perfection.
Our specialized photographers and cinematographers believe in a candid and unobtrusive approach towards documenting any event. We use professional equipment not because they are better, but because they are more reliable so we can focus on our task; and the dynamic of the event is left as uncompromised, which leads to more powerful and emotionally authentic images and videos.
When Rachel first emailed me, it wasn’t your average email. She was from Australia and both of them felt in love with Canada when they visited and knew they wanted to get married here.
Rachel and Ben promised each other forever on the top of the Sea to Sky Gondola. After I photographed their wedding in Squamish, they spent a month traveling North America and returned to their Brisbane home to celebrate with friends and family.
This couple, more than the wedding marked one of my favourite this year!
In the midst of all the planning and details, it’s easy to forget what a wedding is really about: two people — and two families — becoming one. And when that union involves embracing new cultures with open arms, our romance-loving hearts get a little weak. We were giddy with excitement when we heard Cassandra and Alvin wanted a traditional Indian Wedding followed by a Catholic Wedding — and then when we saw the stunning images, we just about hit cloud nine. Prepare to fall in love, people!
Special thanks to the following vendors for making this all possible:
Henna Art: Sonika’s Henna Art
Makeup & Hair: Gems Hair and Makeup
Venues: St. Matthews Parish & Crown Palace Banquet Hall
Decorators: Glitz N Glam Party Supply
DJ: High Voltage
Tents: West Coast Tents
Each Judith & Charles collection is a deliberate fusion and contrast of Judith and Charles: feminine softness and strength are integrated with the inspirations of well-structured menswear. The instinct to design and manufacture ninety percent of the collection locally means we are both homegrown and supportive of the local economy. It also allows us to have full control over our production, pushing our strongest assets – fit and quality – to the forefront. This control simplifies our customer shopping experience: once a shopper knows her size, she knows the pieces will consistently fit. It also allows our design team to allocate more time in developing and refining each piece – striving to satisfy our client’s need for style and wearability.
Special thanks to the following vendors for making this happen…
MUSIC: DJ Kaset
CATERING: The Lazing Gourmet
Jeff, you know you got a good one when…Carla listened to your 2-hr explanation why the movie, Predator is an allegory for society on your first date. Thank you allowing us to document your first day as husband and wife. The way you two promised to make each other better and remain steadfast in your desires for adventure and unpredictability will forever leave a mark in my heart.
Venue: Ironworks Studio
Hair & Makeup: Kaitlin Hargreaves
They have Sailormoon to thank. It was Morgan’s love for this anime show that motivated her to learn Japanese and eventually took a class in university where she met Senri. They are now living in Japan but returned to Vancouver, particularly, to the beautiful Edwardian Hycroft Manison to get married.
It was a great family & friends effort to bring this wedding to life and many thanks to the amazing vendors that helped out.
Venue: Hycroft Manor Vancouver
Catering: Sheridee Lee Catering Ltd.
Flowers: V&J Plant Shop