Relaxed family shoots are my favorite and this one definitely fits the bill. We took full advantage of a calm and quiet morning on Pasadena Beach, spending the hour chasing Gracie around as she
I’m SO behind on this post, but it’s only because 2015 was such a big year. this is sort of how it went. in sort of chronological order.
shot quite a bit of marketing work. shot a music
to see the full session that was also shot with Dru Kennedy, click here to head over to Cunning & Kennedy. it’s one of our favorite engagement sessions to date!
I LOVE that it’s beautiful out again.
it’s been such a long winter – one of those where you don’t realize how sedentary you’ve been until you start venturing outside
lydia’s such a sweet and happy child. after having done her baby photos last year, I was totally on board when her mom contacted me again for her one year session – a smash the cake, and
the bad-assery continues.
krista and gerard are the bomb. dru and I just put up the full anniversary shoot over on our cunning & kennedy blog, which you can check out here. hope you like!
SO. we’ve been in our house four months now and ever since we started settling in I’ve been wanting to take photos to compare them to when we first viewed the house – check it out!
how is january over already? it blows my mind. finn also grew another 5lbs while we slept. this also blows my mind.
this is far from the first time I’ve met this couple. in fact – I did their engagement shoot years ago, then their wedding, and now they’re expecting! there’s also something
dru’s shot and my shot side by side – can you tell who’s who?
we’re uploading content on cunning + kennedy all winter long, so click HERE to check out the latest wedding
sometimes finn friday is easy. sometimes finn friday is hard.
it’s a slow day around these parts. it’s a day off from the gym, it’s a day to edit edit and then edit some more on a beautiful wedding from november which is nearly finished, and
GUYS. it’s 2015 – I don’t know how that happened. but what I do know is I’m excited for it. we have a europe trip in the fall we’re slowly starting to plan, weddings and
GUYS. we have a house. a house that we put christmas lights on, and it’s ours.
this project was pretty time consuming – and I loved every minute.
when the Bay of Islands SPCA here in Corner Brook started tossing around the idea of putting out a calendar containing men of
what a breath of fresh air last weekend was.
I have been waiting YEARS to see Sarah McLachlan – no exaggeration – and the concert she played here in Corner Brook last weekend as a part of
meghan & mitchell – your engagement shoot was such a laugh. you two are awesome.
i’ve actually photographed meghan before, so I at least half knew
a breath of fresh air one-year-anniversary shoot. these two were straight up happy – and it was wonderful.
I’m thankful for working from home – and thankful for working outside in areas far beyond of my comfort zone that’s slowly turning me into the kind of photographer I want to be.
what a month this has been. aside from the regular wedding madness, we’ve let go of our wonderful basement apartment in pursuit of a house. we’ve welcomed a new fur-friend named Finn into our home,
I’m pretty sure the sun on your face and the wind in your hair is totally the right way to do your wedding day. just saying.
it’s been a long month. and we’ve filled it with travel, beautiful weddings, family time, and time for us. you see, our team went back from three to two. and while the addition was
have I mentioned before how much I love convocation?
finishing Fine Arts degree (which I did only last year – what?) is quite the ordeal. first, there’s the 4th year show. the show you
a first look, a wedding, a helicopter ride, and a reception.
mel & andrew’s wedding was quite the day!
curling is where I grew up – chillin out, maxin, relaxin all cool (but never shooting any b-ball outside of the school.)
… can you tell that fresh prince just got added to netflix?
these two are great friends friends of ours, so when they told us they were thinking of eloping dru and I were all hands/feet/eyeballs in.
their ceremony was one of the most personal, thoughtful
these guys knew they wanted to keep it short, sweet, and simple – and that’s exactly what they did. it was wonderful.
this was my favorite engagement session Dru and I have done together so far. bottle cove + these two beauties + sunset – so wonderful! thanks again to sarah and brad – you two were
and what a beautiful wedding day it was.
it even involved a few men in their hunting gear, an abandoned house or two, a rusted truck, couple of boats, and some quickly changing weather. can’t
newfoundland is amazing.
we live in corner brook and yet somehow, even though the codroy valley area is only about 2 hours away, I had never made it out there before this wedding. I have to say… it
this family is wonderful – and this is my favorite type of family session.
the kids were themselves, it was laid back, and everyone could hang out and do their daily routine
I have no problem admitting that weddings always affect me. but this one was different, and i’ve never had a harder – and at the same time, easier – time holding up my camera and finding
if you aren’t familiar with the bottle cove/little port area, I recommend you hop in a car and go. like… now.
bottle cove is one of my favorite spots here in newfoundland – no
this site has been such a long time coming and I couldn’t be happier. new site, new blog… there’s nothing better. and in case you haven’t met me yet or you’ve
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