As a wedding photographer, the moments immediately following a ceremony are some of my favourites. That mix of excitement and adoration. A sense of welcoming. A flurry of handshakes and hugs, kisses and warm embraces. Navigating those moments and documenting the interactions that follow is a true pleasure.Read More
A drone's view of Val-Comeau Beach in the early hours of the morning. I've driven through Tracadie-Sheila before (most recently for a wedding in Inkerman) but had never stopped to explore the surroundings. This past weekend I found myself in the community for a wedding and ending up falling in love with the coastline. So quiet. So peaceful. So lush and so green.
At the moment I'm working on obtaining an SFOC (special-flight-operations-certificate) for engagement / wedding work. Once in my hands I'll be able to start mixing clients in with these aerial views - I look forward to sharing different perspectives and exploring Maritime locales from the air. Until then I'll still bring my drone on wedding road trips - with any luck I'll have favourable flying weather the morning after each wedding. Its addictive. Its fun.Read More
Burnt Church, Neguac, Tabusintac. Val-Comeau, Saumarez, Sheila. Paranoia that I'd miss my turn - none of these names were familiar. A sign for Six Roads! There it was. Right turn onto Chemin Pallot and a few lazy bends in the road before my final destination - Inkerman, New Brunswick. [continued ...Read More
I've come to believe that weather patterns along the Northumberland Strait are 'cut-and-dry.' I've either seen placid waters off the coast of Braeshore or howling winds and white caps. If there is a happy medium, I haven't had a chance to witness it. Valerie & Remi hail from Kent County, New Brunswick but chose to wed at the Pictou Lodge. An October gale may have brought howling winds and white caps, but it certainly didn't dampen spirits. The show goes on. It must. You're in another province - you've got to show the locals what you're made of. Drop that Fricot like it's hot (and it is). Untwist the twist offs. Tear up the dance floor.Read More