Thursday, July 1, 2010

Moving On.

Hello beautiful friends... I'm moving!

I have moved my blog on over to my own domain and designed a whole new look that I know you'll love. Please update your RSS feeds to the new address, and be sure to check back often.  I look forward to sharing my work with you.

Click here to visit the new blog...

Love you all,
xo Jennifer

Thursday, June 3, 2010


Okay, where'd I leave off?  Oh yeah!  The railroads.  From the railroads, we travelled again to Garden City Park.  By this time, the mist that was hanging around was turning into full on rain.  There is the most magical tree there...

Hello gorgeous.

So, I came across these hilarious, wavy red bars in the children's park on the way back to the limo... and couldn't resist some photos in and amongst them.  Hey, they were the wedding colours, after all.

Reception details...

And Jessica and Ricky join the party!  Jess had the fabulous Jayna Marie come after the portraits, before the reception, to refresh Jess' makeup and change her hairstyle.  After the rainy day, it seemed like the best idea, ever.  Not only do you get the opportunity to change your look, you have some downtime to refresh before the rest of the evening!

I love this series.  The speeches had everyone in stitches.

Jess' mom made the cake.  (Yes, you read that right.)  Isn't it AMAZING?!

And I'll leave you with some parting party shots... I love playing with the lights on the dance floor.

So, as the happy couple enjoys their honeymoon, I wish them happiness and joy as they continue their journey together.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Love is friendship set on fire.

Jessica said those words to Ricky during their reception, and it has stuck resonated with me ever since. It's so simple and so true. Love is so rad.  Their wedding was epic, hence the two-part blog post.  It's just too much to sit down and edit them all in one go (that, and I have, like, 50 photos to share, and that seemed a little excessive, even for me).

I shot Jessica and Ricky's engagement photos when she visited her hometown, good ol' PR, last summer (see their session here). I knew they were getting married in the city and we discussed her difficulties in finding a photographer that fit over cheesecake after their session one late summer evening. Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that she'd email me a couple weeks later, asking me to travel to the city to capture their wedding. I was thrilled.

Jessica got ready at the lovely River Rock Casino Resort, and the gorgeous suite was completely filled with natural light (yay!) despite the rainy day (not yay). The morning was lovely and calm as the bride and her maids enjoyed mimosas and croissants.  Some of the details...

I love the red roses.  Simple, classic, elegant.

Jessica had the fabulous Jayna do all the hair and makeup for the girls (and she even came back to do Jess' hair for the reception).  They were all STUNNING!  Go and visit Jayna's site here.  You won't regret it.

And... the beautiful bride!  Isn't she radiant?  Jayna's hair and makeup work is amazing.

I love that Jessica had both her parents walk her down the aisle.  

The first kiss as a married couple!

After the wedding and family portraits (in the church... it was pouring!), the bridal party and I ventured to Terra Nova Park in Richmond.  It was the perfect location for portraits, even in the rain.

The bridal party was sooo much fun!

The best thing about rain?  Rain clouds.  The light was delicious.

Hellllllo moody skies!

I haven't had an umbrella shot in ages!  Welcome to May weather, y'all.  It can be so unpredictable.  After Terra Nova, we ventured to the railway for a couple more portraits...

Stay tuned for the second post!  I promise, I'll edit soon!

Monday, May 31, 2010


Yay! Drew and Andrea's wedding from 2009 was featured on Canada's daily wedding blog, A Million Little Details at!  A big thanks to Somer from the blog for the opportunity to share my work.

about me

I love coffee.
I love my tilt-shift lens.
I love traveling.
I love flip-flops, and wear them pretty much all year.
I love big cities, but coming home to a small town.
I love peonies.
I love chocolate, in all its forms.
I love early mornings.
I love weddings!
I love taking photos, and I'd love to take yours!

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