Home Stretches from the Mountains to the Ocean

We are spoiled living on Vancouver Island.

So much beauty in one place.

Our friend Christine and her family get to call two beautiful places home. Vancouver Island and Colorado.

I just call her . . . → Read More: Home Stretches from the Mountains to the Ocean

The Outback of Deep Cove

Courtney and Paul have been planning this family session for nearly the whole year. IT has been a hard secret to keep under my hat especially when I got to work with their darling Gracie again -who is cuter than a baby Koala!

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Something that Sparkles

When you light a candle every year on your birthday cake there is the  questions that you ask yourself:

“What did I do last year with my life?”

“How did I do achieving my goals?”

“How can I make next year better than ever?”

“I wish cake had no calories….”

I look at my . . . → Read More: Something that Sparkles

Max + Pru {Children’s Portrait}

This children’s portrait session has been in the works for awhile. So glad we were able to secure the date with our busy schedules! Pru likes fairy princesses, cooking, and she loves ballet! She . . . → Read More: Max + Pru {Children’s Portrait}

By Boat, By Plane, By Train

I had such a fun time creating something special for my friend, Sebastien.

The first thing I do in my session creation is that I look deep into making a portrait (not just . . . → Read More: By Boat, By Plane, By Train

Every Day is Art

The Children’s Couture and Children’s Lifestyle Sessions have been something I have been DYING to show you all. By now, if you have been reading this blog, you’ve seen some sneak peeks and hints along the way that this is the direction that I am heading toward for the future- Children + Family Photography. . . . → Read More: Every Day is Art

More Than Just Another Family Photo

I met Tina a couple of years ago through a referral from another client (which is always a great way to be introduced).

I absolutely connected with her right away! Loved working with her. She was elegant yet so down to earth with a great sense of humour. She told me she had . . . → Read More: More Than Just Another Family Photo

Pausing for a Nano-Second

When you photograph children you have to be prepared for anything. You have to be quick enough for the quieter or more reluctant child to not notice their portrait being taken.

Since I have been on maternity leave, I have only taken on a limited the number of sessions this year.

It’s during . . . → Read More: Pausing for a Nano-Second

Waiting on the Littlest Loxton

Daniel and Cheryl’s eyes met across a flock of sheep where they worked as shepherds in Prince George several years ago.

Although they no longer work as shepherds, it was something that brought the two of them together as a couple. If they didn’t have the ability to overlook mosquitoes, long work days, and . . . → Read More: Waiting on the Littlest Loxton

Moving Forward

As mother, wife, artist, and business person I feel like those roles keep me really busy all of the time.

My mind is racing with things that I want to do, ideas I dream about doing someday, and goals I know I can achieve.

This past year has been such a marathon, . . . → Read More: Moving Forward