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Winnie + Jason | Ancaster Old Mill | Toronto Wedding

Been very excited about sharing these images from Winnie and Jason’s wedding for a while now. These two lovebirds both went to Queen’s University, and eventually met at Telus in […]

Toronto Wedding Photography | Samantha+Michael | Woodbridge, Vaughan | Bellvue Manor

Samantha and Michael were an absolute pleasure to photograph. It was only two weeks before their wedding that we did the engagement session so the engagement and wedding felt like […]

Francine+Nick | North York Wedding | Montecassino Hotel & Event Venue

Francine and Nick’s wedding was a blast to shoot. Yes, it was rainy, and yes it was humid, but that didn’t stop anyone from having a lot of fun. Both […]

Audi Magazine | Editorial Portrait Session | Toronto

As an active editorial photographer I have the privilege and honour of working with and meeting some fantastic and fascinating people. Recently I did two portrait sessions with some of […]

Featured on theringbearer.ca

I was very excited to see an interview I did with theringbearer.ca for their wedding inspiration series that features a Toronto wedding photographer featured on the home page Amidst the […]

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