I hosted a boudoir mini session day earlier this year and I had the lovely Ms. T come in later in the day so we could play around in the studio. Unfortunately we were running behind on the schedule so we ended up having only a very, very brief time together but I wanted to share a few of my favorite shots. What a beauty! It was definitely worth hauling 125,458 candles up a flight of stairs for these shots :)
You know when you are 100% sure that you’ve done something to the point where when you realize you haven’t you are convinced you must have had a very real dream about it? Just me?? Mom brain strikes again.
I swear to god I blogged this session. I just know it. But my blog says otherwise. These two won a free couples session with me back in September and drove down from up Island one super awesome warm sunny evening (anyone else missing these lately?) and we got to make some magic at a quaint little beach. They have chemistry off the charts and were really up for anything – my kinda peeps.
Here are a few frames from our time together.
There's something about a winter wedding. Everyone is still riding on the Christmas spirit and in a good mood and it's such a festive time of year but add a wedding in there and BAM. So much magic.
I'm not going to lie - I was a little nervous the morning of when I woke up to a torrential downpour. I actually love umbrella shots and am game to brave the elements if my couples are but it was pretty chilly. Thankfully Cam & Ellie were up for an adventure. They got married at the lovely Royal Colwood Golf course which provided the perfect backdrop of trees and even a little fog. Sigh.....I LOVE FOG.
I was so happy to have been a part of this intimate wedding and witness these two beautiful souls start the next part of their journey together. Cam & Ellie - all the very best to you and cheers to a wonderful life together! Here are a few from their day.
I wasn't quite sure what to title this blog post because we did things a little backwards. In case you missed Devin & Alanna's wedding blog post you can see it here. So yes, I shot their wedding first and THEN we did their engagement photos a few weeks later. But in their wedding garb. Because my clients are kick ass like that.
Alanna was dying for some photos with her horse and I was dying to take them. I grew up around horses and miss them so much so this whole session made my heart incredible happy. Hands down my favorite session of the year. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
This beautiful creature answered one of my boudoir model calls last year and holy hell.....thank you Universe. I think she may be the most beautiful woman I have ever seen. My new muse.