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Wednesday, 6 March 2019

Victor and Caroline

With their wedding just a few months away, Victor and Caroline thought it might be a nice idea to do a few engagement photos, both just to have, and as a sort of practice run for the big day. They are from Toronto but have been living in Bermuda for a couple of years and as the wedding will be in Canada, they decided Bermuda would make a wonderful contrast for these photos. Shockingly, this was their first time to Horseshoe Bay! As they live in Hamilton, they always go to Elbow Beach which is closest. They loved it, so assured me they would return. Thank you both for a lovely afternoon and I hope you have a beautiful wedding!


























Monday, 11 February 2019

Looking Back at a Year of Love

Every year, around Valentine's Day, I take a moment to reflect on how incredibly lucky I am. My job is to photograph love. At the end of every photo shoot my cheeks hurt from smiling - I get to watch children laugh, mother's breathe in the smell of their tiny babies, couples stand before their friends and family and pledge their lives to each other, kisses, cuddles, and infectious happiness. I forget sometimes how truly important it is. These moments are what really matter in life, and I am honoured to be a part of them. So I'd like to say thank you to everyone who invited me to be a part of their lives, it has been another wonderful year of capturing your love.














Sunday, 23 December 2018

Katie and Patrick Go Through The Trees

I always worry a little about winter weddings as the risk of rain could make my job pretty tricky. But for  Katie and Patrick's November wedding, the weather was absolutely gorgeous. Katie's parents live close to the church, so they decided to walk, these are some of my favourite photos from the day. Her parents walked hand in hand as they followed their daughter, and her beautiful bridesmaids, listening to their soft chatter and laughter. Then, after the ceremony, the Champagne cork soared into the sky and they were off to Fort Hamilton for their reception. It was just beginning to get a little dark when we arrived, so there was just time for a few photos in the moat, but it is gorgeous so we had to go for it. Thank you both for such a fun afternoon - my cheeks were hurting when I got home from smiling for so long!





































































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