Katrina & James – Abbotsford Wedding Photographer

If I could choose just one word to describe this couple and their wedding it would be FUN.   I have been going though the photos, trying to choose ones to post, and I’ve been laughing  and smiling so much.    Because it’s easier just to let the photos do the talking,  here they are.

My associate Shayna caught the groom as the Bride entered.  He’s looking pretty happy!

So was the bride!

Katrina has an electric smile that  lit up the whole room.

I honestly howled the whole ceremony.  I had to remind myself to take the photos!

Moments before the big kiss…..

Groom getting ready…..

Best kiss shot ever!  Way to go guys!

I normally don’t post family photos but this one made me smile.  Can you tell the solitary brother on the end didn’t want to cuddle as much as the girls did?!

Cute, cute, cute!

I was busy catching the group shots while Shayna caught the couple.  Cute huh?!

Flying high!   Note,  I only took one shot and this is what they gave me.  GREAT JOB WEDDING PARTY.

Pretty light, pretty ladies.  As always,  a favorite combination.

These boys knew how to bring it too.   Thanks fellas!

This little man is in my son’s class and I adore him!  We really enjoyed hanging out with him.   Cute, polite and charming….can I keep him?

Oh,  these pretty, pretty people.  How I love them.

I have a ton (and I mean a ton) more photos to go though, but when I do,  more will be posted.

The Brant Family – Abbotsford Family Photographer

I love my regular clients.  It seems I have a steady stream of them and it’s great to watch their families grow throughout the years.   I first met the Brant family when baby number two was still in mommy’s tummy and now he’s toddling around and chasing his older sister.  Here are a few from the weekend.

The Brown Family – Abbotsford Family Photographer

Some of my favorite people stopped by this week for family photos. It was a little wet and rainy outside so we opted for a studio session. They brought the sunshine in the form of adorable daughters. I keep asking the girls if I can keep them and their parents keep taking them back! Oh well, one of these days I’ll win!

Okazaki Family – Abbotsford Family Photographer

Another family session last week that involved gorgeous children.  If I wasn’t a photographer,  I think I would have been a kindergarten teacher.  I adore children and I’m so happy my job gives me the chance to play with cuties like these.   As usual,  I wanted to kidnap them at the end of the session.  They wanted to come with me too and made themselves at home in the back seat of my car.   If only their parents and given up and let them stay;)

The cute couple responsible for the cute kids.  I went to high school with Glenna and she hasn’t changed a bit!   I’m a little jealous.

The Siemens Family – Abbotsford Family

I really enjoy working with families, especially families with cute children and funny teenagers. The teenage boys were relaxed and incredibly good in front of the camera. Not a usual thing for teenage boys, might I add!     Throw in an adorable little boy and what a fun time I had!

Ashley Trash The Dress – Abbotsford Wedding Photographer

Ashley booked her Trash the Dress Session at the same time she booked her wedding. My kind of girl! I knew, back when I was taking her and Scott’s engagement photos, she was going to rock it. She sure didn’t disappoint! She came with her care free spirit and “I’ll do anything” attitude. Ashley, you’re the best! Here are some favorites. I put a lot more on FB too!

We started at a cute little farm in Abby.  After seeing it,  I introduced myself to the owner,  a very kind lady,  who generously allowed us to use it for a little while.

Next we stopped at a pile of rubble.  Seemed to suit the situation.

Another little find I drove past.  This truck is so much fun!

And time to get wet.  Thanks guys for braving the cold!

Ashley and Scott’s gorgeous daughter came along for some fun too.

Weekend Away

I’m a workaholic,  I admit it.  I have to be forced to slow down.  My wonderful honey does that for me and one of the things he insists upon is a little weekend away in the fall.  Oddly enough,  it coincides  with hunting season.  I spend my time reading and sleeping and shooting….not the gun….the camera.   This little lady was the only one slow enough to get a good shot.  Don’t worry folks.  She lived to see another day.   I now have a mountain of work to catch up on but the little break was nice.