The definition of family is as wide as you let yourself imagine. So when Shea asked us to come and document her family I was super excited, since her family is of the four legged type. This is our day spent with Shea, Greg and their two Coonhounds Lyza-Mae and Boone.
Summer is almost here and it’s time for us to catch up with exciting news from 2014. Last November we were surprised and honoured to be named “Best Overall Wedding Photography” at the BC Wedding Awards held in Vancouver. Our photographs from Michelle & Joseph’s beautiful wedding, also in Vancouver, were selected by our peers to win the award. We really appreciate the recognition and of course congratulate all the other great industry winners!
I’m a strong believer that pictures should stand on their own, but in cases such as this some words are worth sharing. Just before Kelly was about to walk down the aisle, she got a visit from a dragonfly. While you can’t see the dragonfly here, what you can see is Kelly’s face when she saw her oldest brother. Tyler passed away a few years ago, and his family believes he shows up in the form of a dragonfly. Knowing this, as a surprise to Kelly they put a little silver dragonfly on her bouquet so she would have Tyler with her. But then, as I mentioned, he showed up all on his own, and circled her over and over until she finally started the procession.
“It’s essential to have a good walking stick.” – Anna