My good friend Jamie came by the shop asking for some of my sage advice on getting married. He had a plan for how he wanted to propose to his (now) fiance Deena. I put him in touch with Shannon Munro to get a custom engagement ring made and we set a day. I wore a camouflage shirt, hid behind a rock and took these photos. Congratulations you two!
PS. Jamie, you owe me any wave I want all winter long.
My friends Lea and Jocelyn got married in Crofton BC, overlooking Saltspring Island. Fun fact, together they are just over 10 feet tall! That's Huge! Seriously though, such a beautiful, heartfelt and laid back day. Anyone who is getting hitched should get these guys advice on chilling way out on their wedding day.
There is nothing more heart warming then when two adorable little families join together. Chris and his two daughters and Stacey and her daughter became one big happy (and overwhelming female) family last weekend. The wedding was held on the top of a mountain, overlooking Salmon Arm BC.
Evelyn and Ken. Don't you just want to put these two in a snow globe and shake them when you are feeling sad? Boundless youthful exuberance was available free by the bucketful!
I went to Montreal to visit some good friends who I grew up with. Taylor told me that her and her man Joël are getting married, so I offered to take some photos. They didn't want "engagement" photos, so I just took photos of them holding hands and laughing and stuff.
Whenever the point is working I bring my camera along to get some shots of JR's heaviest locals. Don't maintain eye contact for too long or they will fight you.
I dropped by my friend Todd's house and took some photos of him and his daughter. Look at her cheeks....
The Wall family came in to the studio for some photos last week. They have a long lost relative putting together a family album and they wanted some nice photos. How and when did teenagers get so cool and stylish?