I usually do grads in the city, but if you are not shooting on your actual grad day we can shoot here. I have both a studio and the river!
Everything about this picture looks good, the grad, the car and the light!
I live right on the river, so we can use it or my studio or both!
A beautiful dress is always an inspiration!
I can hardly wait to start shooting grads. I shoot both at my acreage for those that don’t want to take pictures on their grad date, or down by the river and the Bess if it is your grad date. I am always looking for great spots for that perfect portrait with the perfect light.
You can be so creative when you are only photographing one person at a time. I find that grads give me that creative outlet!
I love grad season - the dresses, the tux and suits! I get to be creative. Just one of my favorite things to shoot.
One of my favorite things is to photograph one person at a time and nothing is more fun than boudoir! I love working with people who are so invested in a great outcome!
I love soft colors in a photograph. The pale cattails and filtered daylight make for a very inviting background for a portrait of a young boy. I love to take portraits of children, tots to teens!
Nothing beats a fall wedding for color and if the light is good that is even better. This beautiful couple was so easy to shoot. I love her dress and her hair. We shot near the Vimy Memorial Bandshell south of the Delta Bessborough at Saskatoon Sk. The South Saskatchewan river made a lovely backdrop. The pastel variations of the bridesmaids dresses was extremely pretty. Just a great shoot!
There is so much visual stimulation all around us. When something catches your eye you have to go with it. I have always been enthralled with windows and light and the shadows windows make on the wall and things. I love looking into a window - it is like looking through the viewfinder of your camera! I saw that another photographer had taken a shot through these doors and windows and I could not let go of it - I had to play with it myself.
One of a series of lilies I shot last month. I am so busy shooting and doing all the rest of the work that my staff used to do - there has not been time to even look at these images!
Oops! These were from February and I forgot to hit publish!
This was a commercial shoot for WhiteHot Smile. Her new spokesperson is jazz singer songwriter Tatrina Tai. They gave me an inspiration photo and this was my take on it. There are many great shots from this shoot, but this is for sure my favorite. At least for now. I will likely love the next one just as much!
My take on a traditional and simple head shot. Photographed in my dining room, just outside of Saskatoon, Sk.
I wanted to photograph her on the rock, with the sun behind her, which I did. I wanted to photograph her on a gravel road, with the sun shining on her low in the sky. But the sun went away and we had to wait and wait for it to come out. Then I shot this, which was not what I was going to do, but I love it!
I was inspired by the snazzy car - I used the lights of the car as a backdrop for the engagment ring. I was going for a dazzling, under the lights of Broadway look. I love it!