While I am a tad skeptical of the wisdom of Dr. Bonnie Henry’s latest directive, if we’re lucky, we’ll be able to gather outdoors in small groups and share food before the summer is out. So as I dream up dinner party menus and bring out the summer shoes (scored nearly new Birkenstocks for $3 at the thrift store this weekend thank you very much) it feel like an excellent time to write about planning and outdoor dinner party.[Read more…] about Planning an Outdoor Dinner Party
What do you get when you bring all your friends together to celebrate love and friendship and family of all kinds, but you leave out the gendered expectations and hetero-centric standards and basically anything that doesn’t fit you and person perfectly?[Read more…] about Anarchist Schwedding
I’m very pleased to announce I’ll be hosting a round of portrait sessions on Sunday, March 24th! The event is happening in the nicest little natural-light studio in Gastown, and you can book your slot starting today.
Your session will be 25 minutes long and can be used for whatever your heart desires. It’s perfect for new headshots or social media photos, marking a milestone in the life of your littles, or having a portrait of you and your furry familiar (A client asked me a few weeks ago if I ever shoot pet portraits in studio, and I decided the answer to a question like that should always be YES).
I’ll also be including a 15-minute phone consultation so we can make a plan and you can get the most out of your time in the studio.
Got questions before you book? Just gimme a shout!
When: Sunday, March 24th, 9am-1pm
Where: Studio One Room, 309 W Cordova Street, downtown Vancouver
What you get: A 15-minute pre-shoot phone consult, and a minimum of 5 professional photographs, with printing rights
My sweet friends Hannah and Genta got married in July, and I was lucky enough to get a few snaps on Kodak Tri-X of their ceremony. I shot them on my Canon 35AF, a point-and-shoot made in the 80s, and a noisy beast of a camera. Luckily I managed to time my shots so the sound was (mostly) drowned out by cheers of love and celebration.