Despite recent precipitation it's been a great season to be a wedding photographer in the Halifax area. Warm temperatures and calm winds. Rich colours and lovely patterns in the sky. Morning, noon and night. Hasn't mattered.Read More
Exploration is definitely a perk of being a wedding photographer. Nothing is stopping me from exploring outside of this job, but when I'm dressed up and documenting I feel like I have a free pass to wander grounds and snap away. I've lived in Halifax for 15 years but I haven't had the pleasure of exploring Oceanstone until late last year.
What a gem.Read More
Located to the west of Halifax is Route 333, a winding stretch of road that passes by some of the most iconic scenery in all of Atlantic Canada. It will eventually reach Longards Cove and Shining Waters Marina - a cozy spot with a beautiful deck that overlooks Head Harbour. Natasha & Clayton chose to have hold their wedding ceremony on this very deck and were blessed with warm afternoon light and good company. From a smudging ceremony to an endless stream of hugs and happy tears - this was a rich afternoon and one that I won't forget.Read More
I absolutely love being a wedding photographer, but I also love portrait sessions. It's a chance to relax and explore. It's a chance to have fun and take some chances. In this case those chances included a bitterly cold wind off of the Atlantic and knee high snow between the granite rocks of Peggys Cove. Despite the wind and despite the snow I think we did well. It was Nika's first visit to the area and I hope I haven't left a scar. It's nicer in the summer. I promise.Read More