So the summer months can be very busy for us photographers and keeping up a blog gets to be a little challenging at times.  So I’m trying to go update this a little.  Here’s a double session from June and July – maternity and new born.
I liked Tanja and Dario right away – personable, warm and inviting people.  And their little daughter Milica is a real beauty.  We had a beautiful day for their session back in June – the greenery was lush and inviting.  Little Sofija arrived in July and added more beauty to this wonderful family.  Hope you all enjoy.





I love country weddings.  The atmosphere is always relaxed and inviting and Marie and Arthur’s wedding was no exception.

The day started with the men flying off to the church (and I do mean flying).  Later the entire wedding party flew back to the couple’s farm to celebrate under the big tent.  I was fortunate to be able to take a ride up in the 4 seater plane (that’s about as technical as I can get – haha) to take a few aerial photos of the property.  From the air you could see the numerous camper trailers of friends and family who had come to celebrate and as I later learned…party all night 🙂

Marie looked stunning in her beautiful gown and the speeches made by her siblings made me cry 🙂

I must admit that seeing a potbellied pig as the wedding gift from a set of parents was a highlight – the excitement on their faces when it was announced was the best.

Thanks Marie and Arthur for allowing me to share your day with you.

Adam & Shuangbo

September 20, 2011

It was another hot Winnipeg summer day…but we got to spend it inside.  Adam and Shuangbo’s wedding was a lot of fun and I enjoyed spending the day with them, their family and their friends.  Les from Savvy made sure that the day was planned perfectly and that it ran smoothly.  And the cake from Cake Studio (Nina) was simply amazing.

Winnipeg Beach Trash the Dress

September 14, 2011

So the term being used these days for this type of session is a trash the dress.  However I would have to say that after a little water and sand all that’s needed is a good dry cleaning.

I photographed Kim and Peter’s wedding back in May.  We had talked about a session on the beach and it finally came together at the end of August.  I was concerned that the water would be quite cold (I had tested the water out a few days before and it was freezing) – I was quite relieved in the end that the water was actually quite pleasant (as I wound up standing in it for a bit myself).  I had originally envisioned a sunset session but decided on this location instead.  I must admit that I love all of the blues of the water and the sky and am glad that we went with this location.