There's this beautiful, little place near my house where I go every week to move and dance and calm my mind. I've known for a while that I wanted to shoot in this space, and I finally made it happen. Miranda, Ryan and I met a few weeks ago to create some magic at Misfit Studio. I can honestly say that I had goosebumps watching these two together. Miranda and Ryan are super comfortable being photographed, as it's a big part of how they share their acrobatic talents with the world (you can check out their instagram page here), and while this session is a little bit different than what they're used to, I still had the amazing opportunity to see them in action at the very end. Enjoy a few images from this intimate, love filled, session.
Jo and Jeff are super wonderful. They are kind and genuine and their wedding was a reflection of them completely. They decided to get married at a family friend's barn in Norfolk County, Ontario. As we walked around and explored the area together, Jeff pointed out all of the houses where various family members still lived. There was such a strong sense of familiarity and community around us, it was clear to me why Jo and Jeff chose this beautiful place for their celebration.
Some notes from the bride "We wanted our wedding to feel like a collaboration of our friend's and family's talents, so we did as much DIY as possible. We even DJ'd the wedding ourselves, with a playlist that took months to make. Jeff used to work at Rotate This (a Toronto record store) and we are both big music fans, so we wanted control over what was played. Jeff's cousin, a trained opera singer, sang 'Fool's Rush In' as I walked down the aisle". Jeff is also an origami master and his creations were used as decor all around the barn.
Thanks for stopping by and happy holidays! Much more to come in 2017!
Jen and Travis' wedding was so awesome I don't even know where to begin. All I can say is I love summer camp weddings. The weekend included, sleeping on bunk beds, bonfires, tug of war, canoeing, swimming, eating in the mess hall, stargazing and the best dance party EVER.
It was so refreshing spending the entire weekend in Algonquin Park, with no cell reception (I actually left my phone in the car for three days, how great is that?!), meeting amazing people and celebrating this incredible love story.