Erin & Joel were married on a lovely August day. The perfect kind of summer’s evening that we all long for around this time of year. There is something about this venue that even though it’s not far from downtown makes you feel like you are miles away. Their Toronto Hunt Club wedding felt like a mini cottage escape. Huge trees, puffy clouds and uninterrupted horizon for miles can’t help but recharge your soul. Add in your favourite people in the world and you have the recipe for a perfect day. View full post »
Exactly a year ago now my dad and I went on a cruise. But this was no ordinary cruise. We spent 5 days and 5 nights on the MV Aurora Explorer, a 135′ steel landing craft. The Aurora Explorer is an active working vessel that takes 12 passengers per trip as it makes deliveries and pickups throughout the Broughton Archipelago along the west coast of Canada. We started our journey just north of Campbell River and headed north through Johnstone Straight, between Vancouver Island and the mainland. We delivered building supplies, fuel, food, beer, lots more beer, and machinery. We were way off the beaten path. This boat services areas that are not accessible by road and the majority of our days were spent sailing past wilderness without any sign of humans. We made stops at fish farms, logging camps, private vacation properties, and secluded towns. The Aurora Explorer is a working freight boat so when the crew were making deliveries we had to stay out of their way but at other times we had free rein of the ship.
I’m so thrilled to share that Julia & Dom’s magnificent Costa Rican wedding is featured on Jet Fete! This wedding was designed and planned by Tropical Occasions, the same planners I used for my wedding. The work Aimee & Karen do never fails to amaze me! Check out the lovely feature HERE.
I’m so thrilled to see this image I shot in Costa Rica won an award at the International Society of Professional Wedding Photographer’s Winter 2017 contest.