There is that magic hour (or so) at the end of the day when the light is perfect. I like to play around with flare - with my lens, not in photoshop!
This is a few years old, but it is a favorite of mine. Shot under the Broadway Bridge, the perfect backdrop for a greeting card!
An industrial grate, in the right light, becomes an exotic background for an elegant and timeless grad.
Not every grad wants to where the big dress - this grad session was all about who she really was. We design these books and no two are the same!
Future generations will pour over the “old cars” in the background. I love those kind of details.
We design beautiful graduation albums, no two are the same!
A timeless shot of a grad and his truck!
Sometimes I shoot on location. This was taken at his home. This picture will be endlessly fascinating to his kids and grandkids someday - they will pour over the details like the house he grew up in, the yard that will likely be different in their day, his dog…
A timeless location for grads and weddings!
Ah the prairies! If we shoot on a day other than your grad we can shoot in the evening and hope for that great sky!
When I put this image on Instagram I got hits from all over the world! Such a clean, cool grad portrait taken in my home studio.
I never tire of working in and around the Bessborough Hotel in Saskatoon….
I do travel for grads. This was shot in Regina at Kinsmen Park.
Bad weather? No problem! The most inclement sky is almost always the best.
A popular place to shoot grads is Boffin’s on the University Campus..
I loved her boots! This was shot on the river at my acreage.
The simple, clean lines of my studio lets the grad shine….
I love my studio - the soft light, the chandelier, the whiteness of it all!
I often shoot grads downtown, but I can still get an edgy look in my garage studio!
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!