photographing tweens regularly is new for me. i’m so curious about how families work when you have older kids. i ask my cousin so many silly questions like – are the boys allowed to just leave the house without telling you where they are going? how do you not snicker when your […]

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every summer we spend a large chunk of time at our parents houses and our kids love it – for me, that means the maritimes and for mike, that means his childhood cottage, where his parents now live, on lake simcoe.  as a result of all this foot loose and fancy freeing my availability is really […]

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last year i went to salt lake city for a two day photography workshop with led by yan palmer – during the end of the day she made the most casual comment suggesting i should try shooting during the first or last light of the day. since i’m an excellent student (note the sarcasm) i searched and […]

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I love photographing families. And, not because I’m addicted to newborns -although that’s true too. But, because, these are the photos that the family will look at when they want to compare how their own children compare to the way they looked. Or the images that describe how playful their parents were even when they […]

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    Do you feel a bit sweaty and panicked when you see a friends stack of family photo books? Did you vow to get all of your book  making caught up during your second mat leave? Did you change phones over and realize you lost a bunch of images in the process? If you, […]

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