Engagement sessions are the bomb. I know I’ve said it before, but getting to hang out with your clients for a few hours is such a great opportunity to get to know them a little better leading up to their wedding day. For example, heading out to Vittoria/Port Ryerse to document the love between these two and where it all began.Read More
To say this year has been incredible would be an understatement. I’ve recapped some of my favourite moments from 2018 in this blog post. Grab a snack, sit back, and enjoy!Read More
Stephanie & Drew are amazing. We started off by visiting the Starbucks they had their first date at *awww, right?*, and even got to sit at the same table they sat at. Trip down memory lane or what? It has a ton of meaning to them - so I was more than happy to start our session here. After getting a few quick shots we ventured around some awesome forests in Burlington and danced on the middle of a bridge like no one was watching.Read More
Super pumped to share this one with you, friends. Chelsey and Callum have a special place in my heart. My photographs brought us together and I've been documenting their family for a few years now. From family portraits, to first birthday milestones, and now their wedding. I'm lucky enough to call them friends, and I love getting to spend time with them.Read More
Where to begin with these two. They just melt me. I've known Suzanne for a few years now, we met each other in College and stayed in touch. She was my go-to girl in class when I really didn't want to be there (which was 99% of the time, I have no patience for sitting in a classroom haha).Read More
There's so many beautiful things I get to experience with my job. But one thing that will never get old, is being able to document a proposal.
The emotions are so raw. The adrenaline is high, and normally I'm keeping this secret from one half of the session and have to bring my CSI liar skills to the table (sorry Erin). Whether I'm helping the groom-to-be plan the proposal from the get-go, or they spring it on me spur of the moment during the shoot, it will never get old.
Back when I started getting into wedding photography, I would second shoot to gain experience. Second shooting is both weird, and exciting. Weird because you don't get to interact with the couple prior to the wedding, you kind of just, show up, and shoot the biggest day of their life.Read More
Where to begin with these two! I hold The Cowen's very close to my heart for many reasons. Tara and Brett were one of the first couples who trusted me from the beginning, long before Katie Marie Photography blossomed into what it is today.