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ZOE & MATT GET MARRIED AT STRATHMERE ~ EMBRUN, RUSSELL, OTTAWA WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Whew! After a lot of prodding from my husband I am finally sitting down to get some much-needed blogging DONE! It seems like the Summer flew by in a matter of days and suddenly September is here and I am only now getting to blog about my Spring weddings. Up first is Zoe & Matt’s […]

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SPRING & SUMMER WEDDINGS ~ EMBRUN, RUSSELL, OTTAWA WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Where has the Summer gone?! Between all of my engagement, wedding and family photography sessions this Summer and having 4 kids home full-time I have been very slow at blogging. This doesn’t mean I haven’t been working…it just means that I am busier than ever before 😉 And with many more Fall weddings still to come, I figured it was time […]

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SOME OF MY FAVES FROM 2014 ~ EMBRUN & RUSSELL COUPLES/ENGAGEMENT/WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

I am so lucky to have worked with such wonderful clients this past year. Here are just a small handful of my favourite images from 2014. Looking at this makes me even more excited to enter into 2015 with a new group of couples already booked for engagements and weddings. I am looking forward to […]

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JACYNTHE & JOE OTTAWA ENGAGEMENT SESSION ~ OTTAWA WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

I met with Jacynthe and Joe (and their adorable little guy) a couple of weeks before Christmas for an engagement session. I was excited to meet them face-to-face since I also happen to be shooting their wedding at Strathmere in the Spring 😉 They were easy to work with and the images turned out beautifully…I can’t […]

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ARIANE & NICK GET MARRIED IN GATINEAU ~ OTTAWA WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Finally my last wedding of 2014 is on the blog! Ariane and Nick had perfect weather for their wedding, which happened to land on Thanksgiving weekend. The wedding itself was small and intimate – held at La Cabane en Bois Rond in Gatineau – but then we toured Gatineau Park to take advantage of the […]

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