Nov 7, 2012

Lady A

This session is from October 1st.  I have been more busy than usual, so posting is a bit behind.  Here are the photographs from the lovely Lady A's session (you may recognize her from previous posts).  Um, you may notice that there are four to five slightly different editing techniques used in this session.  I guess I did a little bit of experimenting.  Also, you will notice that there are a few shots in sepia.  I do not normally use sepia tones, but I decided to edit a few that way (this time).  Enjoy!

Oct 21, 2012

Family K

Family K is my family.  Not biologically, but otherwise.  I was very sad when they told me that they were considering moving to another province.  And then when that became more of a reality.  And then when it became an actual reality.  Thankfully, I was able to join them for two last significant and memorable adventures: a family trip to the cabin, and the twins' last birthday party here with their friends.  The following photographs were taken on the family cabin trip.  Only a few were posed.  The rest were candids.  I sure do miss my favourite K people...

Oct 2, 2012

Sneak Peek: Lady A

Check back soon to see the rest of the session!

Oct 1, 2012

New: Digital Images!

For all new sessions, digital images will now be available!
Prices have been adjusted, accordingly. 

Sep 16, 2012


Sep 15, 2012

Family W

While back home (well, one of my homes, at least) for a family wedding, I was finally able to catch up with a few friends in BC.

Daniel and I have been friends for a long time.  You could call us womb-buddies, even.  Our moms were friends before we were born, and we've been friends ever since birth.  We've got a lot of good, fun, happy  memories under our belts.  It was an honour to be a part of his wedding party (a groomsmaid!) several years ago.  I don't think we've seen each other since their wedding, until a few weeks ago, and I was able to meet his son this trip!  It was very cool to meet little Daniel (I'm totally referring to him as that whenever I remember to - that baby is a Daniel clone!), and to catch up with Daniel and his wife after not having seen them in so long. 

Daniel writes a blog for the Vancouver Sun.  A hockey blog.  I think that's a pretty cool job.  I've read a few of his blog posts lately, and he's a pretty good writer.  I should read them more often.  And so should you.  You can find his work here: Pass it to Bulis. I'm not sure who Bulis is.  Should I?  One of the other writers, Harrison, is pretty cool, too.  I met him at Daniel's wedding. 

You can also reach Daniel on his Twitter account: @adanielwagner.  Um, I'll be honest.  I don't know how Twitter works.  I think you can't actually reach someone through a Twitter account.  You can just read random updates he posts, right?  *shrug*  I have no idea.  You can twitter him at @adanielwagner.  And while you're at it, could you explain the Twitter thing to me?  I totally don't get it.  I think that makes me old and mentally slow.

Aaaanyway, here are a couple of photos I was able to take during our visit:

The thing about this baby is that he could take a wide-capped waterbottle and fit the entire lid and half the bottle into his tiny, little baby mouth.  I was amazed.  He gots skills.

Aug 2, 2012

At the Cabin

Jul 28, 2012


Jul 18, 2012

Lady M

Jun 19, 2012

Striking Bouquet

Beautiful Birthday Roses

Thank you for my beautiful birthday roses.  :)