I haven’t been posting these sorts of portraits for some reason but I thought I would in this case. This shot of Tamey will be used in her soon-to-be-launched Internet Strategy Company.
In preparation for our Kilimanjaro trip in March, Stephanie and I have been doing a lot more exercise than is normal for us. Today’s outing brought us to one of the more northern parts of the Gatineau Park with the intention of snow shoeing but ended up just hiking instead. It was a great day … Read More
Another one of my favorite weddings that missed getting posted on the blog… The wedding of Michelle & Ben was one of those days where everything just went right. First of all Michelle is the sister of one of my best all-time assistants so it was great to be able to use all of my skills … Read More
Since I only started my blog last July I missed a lot of great weddings when it came to posting stuff on the blog. Over the next while whenever I get a chance I’ll add in some past weddings to fill in some of the gaps. The pictures below are from the wedding of Barb & Bill … Read More
I have been getting an increasing amount of inquiries about Boudoir photography lately and I’m surprised by how shy people are to bring it up. While I don’t actively advertise (this is Ottawa after all 🙂 ), I do regularly photograph boudoir sessions. They are always enjoyable and nothing for anyone to be shy about!
I don’t care what anyone says, I get the coolest people from all over as clients! My first “official” shoot of the New Year came early this year with an engagement shoot with Tara and Thor from Iceland. It was painfully cold out yesterday so we spent some time indoors and then sucked it up and … Read More
On the last Saturday of 2007 Stephanie and I were out and about with Renata & Khalil. Despite closed shooting locations, freezing winds, and other events being unexpectedly in the way, everything went smoothly and without problem. It definitely helps when everyone is so easy to work with and easy-going! We spent all of our time … Read More
I hope that everyone had a great New Year’s celebration and is looking forward to 2008. We spent part of our New Year’s Eve on Parliament Hill with the biggest crowd I have ever seen on the Hill in winter. The fireworks were at least as good as any I have seen although my incredible … Read More