Monthly Archives: November 2008

Wedding Photography Workshop at the Royal York in Toronto

Pushing yourself as an artist is something that I personally strive for with every project regardless of the size of the job or the subject matter.  This can be a truly humbling experience but it can also be the most rewarding as it truly allows you to grow and take your art to new levels.  […]

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Adam - Excellent images … as usual. Very ‘fashion style’ photography … making the bride (and fellow) look like beautiful models. And that is what it’s all about! There ain’t a chick in the world that doesn’t want to look like a beautiful model on her wedding day.December 1, 2008 – 12:25 pm

Manuella Pararas - Oh what fun! Great shots, I would have loved to join you all, next time perhaps??May 10, 2009 – 6:07 pm

Mel & Far’s Bahai Wedding

Congratulations to Mel and Far, I had such a great time photographing this gorgeous couple, what a pleasant and solemn ceremony.  The ceremony was lovely and reflected what marriage and commitment is all about, also who could ask for a better backdrop other than historical Stratford, Ontario. Mel and Far are of the Bahá’í faith. […]

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Adam - Man … you must have had one awesome assistant that day to get images like that. 🙂 Thanks for the peek at their album sample you had … awesome work as usual!December 10, 2008 – 8:53 pm

Bobby & Rachel Get Married

Bobby & Rachel tied the knot what an incredible day, we invaded the Ancaster Old Mill and had a tremendous party I couldn’t believe the amount of food and of course loads of love and celebration to go around.  Bobby and Rachel had a beautiful ceremony and could not have asked for a better day. […]

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Fun with Chris & Izabella

Chris and Izabella’s engagement shoot was such a great time what an attractive couple!  I find it amazing that when you’re having so much fun shooting  great subjects, a planned 2 hour shoot, turns in to lunch at the beach and an adventure around the city; before you know it 6 or 7 hours later […]

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