I photographed a nice few family photo sessions earlier this winter. We had a beautiful snowy December this year so I was really pleased to get out and take some photos then because January and February were SUPER cold and family photoshoots were basically not an option. Lately, however, it’s been a lot more mild and the idea of going outside is not sounding so crazy anymore! SO, I thought I would now share a few of my favourite images my outdoor winter photoshoots. Here they are! 🙂
Earlier this month, I had the privilege of assisting Gander photographer Andrew Harvey as he captured the wedding of Evelina and Patrick. I focused on the ladies getting ready (with Andrew’s wife Melissa giving me a hand) while he photographed the guys. It was a true family affair that made for a beautiful and emotional day. The ceremony was at the Salvantion Army Church in Gander, reception was at the Gander Curing Club. Since Patrick is a fireman, we took some photos at the fire hall with the trucks. The bride’s broach bouquet was handmade by Evelina, a wedding planner herself. It will certainly be a day to be cherished for the families. I hope my photos can help them to remember the occasion!
Yesterday morning I had the pleasure of photographing Scott, Krista and their two kids at Salty Bay Cabins in Traytown. It was a very cool shoot for me. Not only are the Broughtons great friends, but Salty Bay Cabins is a place I drive or walk by basically every day. It’s an area I have had in my mind for portraits for a while.
We were all available, the rain held off, and the owners gave us the go-ahead! We got some results that I am really pleased with!