Ottawa Wedding + Newborn Photographers who know what's it like to be awkward in front of the camera
I have always had a passion for photography, from a very young age I was the girl with the camera snapping shots of my family and friends. My parents encouraged this passion and enrolled me in my first photography course at the local college when I was still in high school. I fell even more in love with photography and the ability to capture those special moments in life. After completing the Environmental Engineering program at Carleton University, I continued my photographic education at Algonquin College by completing the Digital Photography certificate program.
My photographic style is environmental photojournalism. I love getting those special candid moments during an event, I feel they capture the real personality of my subjects and the true feeling of the day. I pride myself in my professional yet comfortable approach to photography and my ability to deliver high quality images you and your family will cherish for years to come.
So I realized this morning that I forgot to share Kirsten + Kyle’s maternity photos. How did I end up remembering you ask? Well, I thought about it while I was setting up the studio for they baby’s newborn session, haha!
I don’t know how I could have possibly forgot about it, as this session was truly epic! Although, really, by this point I should just know that these guys are the ultimate rock stars and just so all-around amazing, especially in front of the camera.
I love lifestyle newborn sessions, but I love them even more when there is a big sister or brother involved because they are just so wonderful! And Big Sister Isabelle was definitely no exception. She was so excited to be a part of the session and was so good for her parts too! But of course, the star of the day was still Little Baby Amelia. And how could she not be, what with those big doe-eyes and sweet little face, she was such a little darling!!
Little Ella showed up for her session a little sleepy, but somehow it still only took about 2 minutes before she was showing off those beautiful smile and her amazing walking skills! The latter of course meant that both myself and her parents spent that majority of the session catching her and putting her back in front of the background, but hey, that’s what cake smash sessions are all about!
This post is is definitely the most popular of our annual recap posts. And by that I mean, you guys let us know now and all year long how much you look forward to seeing all our Behind the Scenes (BTS) photos – particularly the ones of Dave running in and out of our veil and night shot, haha!
I started shooting family session about a year after I started weddings, and honestly, I have loved every minute of it! Not only do I get to work with some of the best families and most hilarious kiddos, but I get to see our couples and families as they start and grow their families over the years! It really is such a treat to be able to watch these tiny babes grow into super fun kids full of spunk and personality! So with that all said, I think it is only fitting to wrap-up the 2020 year that was filled with so many wonderful family sessions!