My goal is to lace these up everyday. It doesn’t always happen, but that’s the aim.
I used to work out for vanity. To be thin, to look good in clothes. And don’t get me wrong, that’s still a huge bonus. But when I bought these shoes, Callum was old enough to understand what I was doing. He asks me when I’m going to exercise. He asks me why I exercise. So I tell him to be strong. To be healthy. To take care of myself. And the more I say it, the more I realize how true it needs to be.
So when Callum gets excited that we all have different coloured fast running shoes, it pushes me to keep putting them on, day after day, and tie these purple laces up.
Rahul and I have known each other for a really long time. Since we were 12 I think. It’s pretty crazy to reconnect with people because of our work. Makes me realize that we’re all adults! haha!
I’m so excited to capture their family growing into a team of 3.
Christie had checked out my Instagram account and saw the location below in some personal photos. I love that she found spotted the location in some photos of my boys. If you ever have a shoot with us and see something you like, tell us! That way we’ll know what you want and we can arrange it.
Thanks so much for hanging out guys. The evening was unseasonably warm, perfect for being outside in April. Can’t wait to meet your little one!
This was the type of family session that makes my heart so happy. We got a beautiful dusting of snow, which made Edmonton look like a winter wonderland.
They ran, played, jumped. Sang “Head, shoulders, knees and toes”. Explored, spotted squirrels.
It was fun. It showed who they are as a family.
Thank you for such a wonderful afternoon you guys!
It means a lot to me to photograph people in my village. We met Keith and Kellie when they were expecting Brooke, and since then Kellie has helped me get back to being healthy, strong, fit. She is hands down the best fitness instructor I’ve ever worked with – Im so thankful for her!
Im so happy to watch your family as Brooke grows and changes!
We all want to show our moms how much we love them! And if you’re a mom, you want a day to be spoiled, right? My mom and I got in front of the camera with my boys to capture our 3 generations. Let us do the same for you.
Come see us on Mother’s Day. Hang out in our studio, have some fun with your kiddos and let us capture it.
(Husbands, this will blow this Mother’s Day out of the water. She will treasure these photos forever.)
Mom and Kiddos
$200 plus GST
10 High Resolution Images
20 minute session
Grandma, Mom, Kiddos
$250 plus GST
10 High Resolution Images
20 minute session
Custom packages are also available. Add in Great Grandma, or maybe a woman who is like a mom to you.
Email me to inquire – firstname.lastname@example.org
See you on Sunday, May 8!
**If weather is cooperating, we will be giving you the option of having your photos done in the studio or outside. We will be contacting everyone on May 1 to decide**
Use the contact page on the website, or email me at email@example.com to book your spot
Brydon and Kacey made the drive up to our lake lot last summer for their maternity photos. Kacey’s outfit was so perfect for the surroundings – I adore the flower crown! We spent some time in the woods and then headed to the lake for sunset.
I’m really hoping to book some sessions this summer up at our lake lot – it’s 2 hours north of Edmonton, and holy man so beautiful. It’s different from anything you can find in the city, and there is no travel costs for us to be there, since we’ll take any excuse to get up there.
Amazing, amazing amazing. Thank you so much to you guys for making the drive up for your session. I’m beyond in love with the images.
It wasn’t long ago that we first me Crystal and Dean to talk about their wedding. From the start it was like chatting with old friends. After booking the big day we talked over plans for their engagement session. We always suggest a different season for the engagement shoot so that your pictures have a different look and feel to that of the wedding. For Crystal and Dean that meant braving the winter chill.
We met down in the river valley, slip-sliding our way across an icy parking lot to cross the river and hit the trails.
I had a feeling the wind was going to be tough to deal with, so I filled a thermos with hot chocolate and packed a couple of our mugs for these guys to cuddle up with.
Thanks for braving the cold guys, it couldn’t have been more perfect. Even the light snowfall seemed timed to perfection.