Friday, January 26, 2007

Susan and Paul

They tied the knot! Where did "tie the knot" come from as an expression?? I am sure there is some easily googled history there, but I use the phrase completely without any awareness of what it is.
They got hitched! They jumped over the broom! Okay.. they got married!
It has been so nice getting to know Susan and Paul.. they are laid back and funny and really in love. Though in every day life I think they are very modern and hip, on the day of their wedding there was a physical and emotional undercurrent of being in another era.
It was a beautiful day with lots of luscious skies and sunshine. The ceremony at St Anne's was gorgeous and steeped in tradition. The reception was at The Courtyard on St. James... as a venue I highly recommend it. The staff were fabulous... helpful, well informed, they ran a tight ship so to speak (I am laughing at all of these expressions!!), and the most important thing is that the bride and groom and the guests seemed to have a wonderful time.
I had a good time too! You couldn't have scripted it to go any better.
These people are special, this day was special, and I was so happy to be their photographer. I know that Sid feels the same way.
Check out the slideshow if you get a chance.



Friday, January 12, 2007


You cant get cuter than this! She is precious. She rekindles in me the old "I wanna have a girl" feelings. However, it is a fleeting thought that passes as I drop my boys off at school!
See you in May baby Bella!

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Monday, January 08, 2007

Heather Westendarp's birthday celebration

Here are a few photos of the fabulous birthday bash we shot for Heather Westendarp! It was one of those events that didn't feel like work at all... the people were lively and fun and definitely knew how to have a good time! Also, it became increasingly clear as the night progressed, just how special and dear this woman is to the people in her life. It was awesome documenting this night...a saucy smile on the dance floor, a daring dip, a heartfelt hug, or uproarious laughter.. I have often said, and I will say again here (!) that this job is like going on an emotional treasure hunt. How fun is that? Its to the point where I cant have any kind of interaction without wishing I had my camera with me.