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Lisa & Chris | The Hazelton Manor Wedding | Sanofi Canada

Lisa and Chris’s wedding started off with a beautiful sunny day and unlike during the engagement session when the skies opened up and dumped torrential rain on us, we were […]

Tina & Marco | The Eglinton Grand | Toronto Wedding

Where to begin… Tina and Marco’s wedding had a 1930’s Hollywood feel to it. After all the reception was held at the stunning Eglinton Grand. I normally don’t edit a […]

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 […]

Viola+Oreste – Toronto Wedding | University of Toronto | Mastro’s Risorante italiano

We started 2011 with a big bang. 2 weddings on the first weekend of the New Year! Since it’s impossible to be in two places at one time Marek and […]

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