Remember when I pronounced that I was going to do an iPhoneography challenge for the month of April. And then remember when I failed? Well – for 30 days in June and July I successfully completed a neat 30-day photography challenge that I found on pinterest! It was hosted by Mary of White Peach Photography.
It’s been a whirlwind of an adventure through Paris, the Loire Valley and just yesterday, we arrived in the south of France at the Chateau Ventenac. Now that we’ve settled in the Chateau for a week, I’m going to get writing again – so you can expect a handful of posts this and next week!
Hi from the cabin! We are in Edmonton this homemade long weekend to hang out with my brother, who is visiting my mom and dad from his home in Melbourne. So, in the spirit of travel I thought I would share with you some images from our not-so-recent trip to Boston. I know, I know,
Wedding season officially starts for me today, with my first second shooting gig of the season for Angie Baer Photography. We are shooting a wedding at a beautiful church in Stratford, Ontario and I can’t wait! I’m on schedule to shoot 7 weddings this season (3 as a second shooter, and 4 of my own
Happy Victoria Day / Regular Monday (depending where you are), people! We’re in Montreal for the weekend, and it has been beautiful! But now I’m going to fill your souls up with some deep reading. But, let’s start by telling you that last weekend on the train ride to Ottawa to visit the in-laws, I
In mid-April the hubs and I went for a weekend in New York and hung out with his boss. For those of you who don’t know my husband (or his boss) that sounds pretty brutal. In fact, it was a great weekend, filled with amazing eats, and lots of visiting. We also stayed at the
Last weekend, on Mother’s Day, the hubs and I went for a walk in High Park to see the cherry blossoms and then trekked all the way home from there. As neither one of us lives in the same city as our moms, we had nice long phone calls with them in the morning (fulfilling
Where have I been (other than writing a mother’s day post for my mom) you ask? Well, I’ve been a busy little bee working on being a lawyer and being a photographer! As I promise on my about me page, this blog is going to be full of shameless self promotion, so (a little not-so-shamelessly,
Happy weekend friends! A few weeks ago, I told you about my brand new, diy, camera bag. If you missed it, it’s basically a Roxy Figment Bag and a Temba insert combined to form a super bag! Since its introductory post, I’ve had the opportunity to use it on two shoots, and I have to say…
Yay! It’s Friday! It’s April! Good things happen when it’s April, good things like spring (hopefully) and (in my life at least) a couple of weekend breaks! About a year ago, just before the beginning of spring (which happened to be in February last year, but who’s counting) I really got into iPhoneography. I was
I promised on my about page that I’m going to shamelessly self promote my photography business on this blog, so here you go (again)! Head on over to Allison Suter Photography and check out one of the most awesome engagement sessions I have ever shot… I promise you won’t be disappointed! While you are over there, leave
As I’m sure you’ve all heard, on Saturday night the human race was witness to a supermoon. The last time we all had an extreme supermoon was 18 years ago. When I was 10. Probably looking at the supermoon through my best friend’s dad’s telescope. Times have changed, I tell you. As an aside, this
I’m super pumped to get my new camera bag in action at an engagement shoot Saturday morning! I’ve been looking for a new camera bag for quite a while. Two popular solutions just don’t work for me. While I love Kelly Moore’s bags, they cost $200 – $250 and they don’t have quite the versatility
I haven’t said anything about Japan on the blog yet because I didn’t know what to say. I still don’t know what to say. But today, 4 days after the disaster, I am going to try. I don’t know that words can ever be sufficient in such circumstances. What can you say about the loss
The dreary, rainy, slushy, miserable, barfy, gray Toronto weather (can you tell I’m enjoying it?) made me crave the warm, dry and bright heat of Africa. This image was taken September 9, 2008 on our very first day in Namibia at Fish River Canyon. I wish I was there right now.