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Similarities + Differences | Burlington Baby Photographer

These darling boys, with their big beautiful eyes, were so much fun to photograph!  Showing their differences and their similarities, I worked hard to try and document their personalities. Big brother was high energy and loved to have a good laugh, which only enticed me further to try and make him laugh harder.  It’s contagious […]

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In Studio Lifestyle Session | Oakville Baby Photographer

If you follow me on social media you’ll know that I recently designed a new set for cozy in studio lifestyle sessions.  This set is ideal for so many different types of sessions, but thus far, I’ve used it for this darling boy and for an expectant mamma.  I’m finding it to be so versatile […]

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Excitement | Burlington Family Photographer

I get excited for every session I shoot, yup, every single one!  The anticipation of seeing my clients, what mother nature is going to offer up in terms of light, and the simple fact that I’m capturing memories for family’s.  It’s exciting for me! When I hear that my clients are excited as well that makes […]

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Candid Family | Kitchener Family Photographer

Every time I’ve worked with this family it’s been in a very candid manner.  From in home lifestyle sessions where we jumped on the beds and sat on the counter tops eating cake, to outdoor playful sessions, were we made bullrushes explode and ran up and down the bridge.  No matter what we’re doing we […]

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Playful | Brantford Family Photographer

One of the biggest pieces of advice I can give to anyone heading into a family session is to be playful.  Now I know this can be difficult, especially if it’s your first time working with a photographer, because you don’t quite know each other yet, your unsure if you’re going to come off looking […]

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