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Oh my gosh, I was SO excited when I got Cath’s email about doing headshots!!! Nervous of course, but thrilled. I couldn’t wait to capture her in her studio, in her element and in action. And of course,  I knew I would totally geek out at the white walls, natural light and paint everywhere… Cath […]

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I love sharing my commercial work with you guys! I often don’t get to, so when I do… I get kinda stoked. Especially when it’s something like this! This local, husband and wife run, design + renovation firm is out of this world. I’ve shot almost a dozen of their most recent projects…and my mind […]

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Just wanted to let you all know that I will be taking a wee break from the ol’ computer/internet for some AWESOME FAMILY SUMMER FUN with those 3 crazies below! Woohoo! Unfort, that means that from mid July to mid August, I won’t be able to keep in touch with all of you. Looking to […]

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I had the honour of shooting this new up and coming line of knit wear! Not only is it beautiful, but it’s an environmentally conscious, fair trade company that works with family owned suppliers in Peru.  They have a sister company that makes incredible baby knitwear too…BOSKE KIDS Check out FOREST & FABLE here !  

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I shot this incredible boutique food studio back in February – Well Fed.  New studio space, same incredible menu, delicious food and crazy fun meal assembly classes.  You’ve got to check it out! Well…now, I get to officially share my pics from the shoot with you.  Yay!!! Lots more pics at www.wellfedstudio.com too.  

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Spring has sprung over at Boske Kids ! You know I love sharing my work with you.  Well, I am extra excited about this shoot! I don’t get to show you all of my commercial work, so being able to share this one with you is pretty awesome.  And there’s more coming this Fall…woohoo!!

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