Sean and Laurie's Wedding

It's been over a year, and I have finally put together Sean and Laurie's blog post.  I have good reason though.  I didn't create this blog until long after their wedding was shot...that's good reason...right?

Sean and Laurie's wedding was very special to Alexander and I as it was the very first wedding we ever shot together.  It was such an experience.  We really figured out what we each do best, and what we should just let the other person do without getting involved too much (eg.  Alex always sets up the lights, and I always take the family photos - always!)  After the wedding, we spent the whole night talking about how awesome it was to work together and what a great job we think we did.  We both had so much energy, we were totally on a high (and overtired) from spending the whole day photographing such an amazing couple.

Sean and Laurie, thank you so much for being our first wedding clients, and I must say, I don't think any dinner at any other wedding has ever compared to yours.  Delicious!

This is one of my favorite photos ever taken at a wedding ( of ours ).  Well done Alex!

We decided last minute to take the photos outside even though it was quite chilly out.  Thank goodness the guys were gentleman and lent the girls their jackets to warm up.

Save the best for last!

Sean and Laurie - thank you so much for sharing your incredibly beautiful, hilarious, delicious, happy day with us - you guys rock!


Flowers for Amanda

About three weeks ago, Alex and I took a trip out to Vancouver to see what the photography market was like out there and to have a mini vacation as well.  
We took so many photos and were just blown away by the trees and flowers we saw during our trip.
So here I am on a rainy saturday filtering through the images.  Well, they made me think of my best friend Amanda.  She is always talking about how much beauty the world holds even when things seem to be at their worst.  She really does see beauty in everything.  

So Amanda, this is for you.  <3

 It might not be in front of our eyes all the time...but this world really is wonderful.