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Snowy piggyback in Wasaga Beach Provincial Park



In honour of the beautiful mid-winter conditions we received over the last few days, I’m offering $50 off my regular portrait pricing for all new portrait sessions shot between now and March 6, 2016.  Regular pricing is $249+tax, so you will only pay $199+tax for up to an hour of shooting anywhere in Wasaga or Collingwood (travel fees may apply to different locations).  Afterwards you will receive a DVD of edited high resolution images with copyright release.  DVD can be picked up in person or mailed by regular Canada Post mail service to an address in Canada.  Call now to book before the snow’s all gone 🙂

Orillia Wedding Photography: Hawk Ridge Golf & Country Club, Guardian Angels Church, and Severn Bridge

wedding party on breakwater at bear estate

Cranberry Resort Bridal Open House: February 7th 2016 at Bear Estate from Noon until 4pm

Cranberry Resort Bridal Open House:  February 7th 2016 at Bear Estate from Noon until 4pm

Wedding Show!
This Sunday, February 7, from noon until 4pm, I will be at Cranberry Village’s Bridal Open House at the Bear Estate. I will be offering one lucky winner a door prize worth up to $200 and will be exhibiting a large collection of my wedding work. I would love to answer any questions you have about your upcoming wedding. Please feel free to stop by.

Admission is free and everyone is welcome. The Bear Estate is a gorgeous waterfront venue in Collingwood, Ontario, located right on the shores of Georgian Bay at 300 Balsam Street beside the Living Waters Resort.

I am so pleased to announce that Cranberry Resort has selected a number of my images from Kristen and Kevin’s May 23, 2015 wedding at Bear Estate for their advertising campaign in upcoming issues of The Enterprise Bulletin and It’z your Day.

Hope to see you on Sunday at the Cranberry Resort Wedding Show!

Wedding Crasher: A Praying Mantis Lands on Bride’s Head and then grabs a bite for lunch on her bouquet!

Most people have heard about the movie Wedding Crashers, but I’ve often wondered how frequently this sort of thing happens.  As a wedding photographer who’s been shooting for 15 years, I’ve to a tonne of weddings, yet I can only recall 2 instances of wedding crashers making an appearance and they were quickly escorted from the premises by groomsmen in one case, and by the bride’s father in another.  It was a delight, therefore at Stacey and Adam’s wedding at the Southshore Centre in Barrie, that an unexpected green visitor showed up.  In this case, no one escorted him/her out, although of course that may be the advantage of being a praying mantis as opposed to a drunk and loud wedding crasher, but instead we watched as he lingered on Stacey’s hair and then nimbly landed on her bouquet where he took up perch for a couple of minutes.

Bride walking with horse in field

A Beautiful Bride with her Horses

In the 15 years that I’ve shot wedding photography, I’ve had the privilege of seeing couples interact with their beloved pets.  Rabbits, dogs, cats, and even horses have all played key roles in their owners’ weddings.  Over the past year and a half I had the privilege of working with Cassandra and Andrew during their amazing engagement session near the Orange Corner’s trestle bridge in the Kawartha Lakes (near Peterborough and Omemee) and then again at their wedding last summer.  In the next week or so I will be posting a full gallery from their amazing wedding, but for now here are a few photos from the shoot we did on the day after the wedding with Cassandra’s horses.  Stay tuned for more…

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