There’s no denying that things have been tough for a while now, and it should also be no secret by now that I’m a big proponent of documenting your family through it all, as it is today. I want to capture you in your own clothes, your own places, with your favourite people.[Read more…] about Documenting Your Family Through it All
There are so many beautiful places for outdoor photography in Vancouver that I’m never at a loss for suggestions when clients ask. The problem is that I’m not the only one who knows about Queen Elizabeth Park.[Read more…] about Outdoor Photography: Make Public Places Look Private
It’s the next installment of food photography and kitchen stories! If you’d like to see the last post, find kitchen stories pt 1 here.
I had a lot of roommates in my twenties, but the people who became close friends and stayed that way after we moved out were the ones who wanted to spend most of our time at home in the kitchen.[Read more…] about (More) Food Photography & Kitchen Stories
This week is my ten-year Vanniversary. Ten years of living in Vancouver, Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh land, after coming here for school with a partner and a plan to go home when my two years were up. Ten years of griping about the rain, of riding my bike, of camping on some of the nicest logging roads around, of being surrounded by lovely people and black cats and so many flowers.[Read more…] about Ten Years of Living in Vancouver