I had a nice mini-session with this great family a few weeks ago. We chose the Cole Harbour Heritage Park Trail, and I really loved this rustic fence. This is a new spot and I am excited to see what it looks like once the leaves begin to change!
I really loved this in-home newborn lifestyle session with the M family. We used just one room with a big window that let in soft natural light. You wouldn’t be able to tell from these pictures, but this family was just days away from a big move. The rest of their home was packed up in boxes! Mom and dad were so relaxed, and big sister was the most friendly little almost-two-year-old I had ever met…she gave me a hug as soon as I walked in their door! I’m so happy with how these turned out. What a beautiful family, and I wish them all the best on their new adventure!
The Doirons are a beautiful family I had the pleasure of photographing for the first time this summer, in a new-to-me location! I met them in the morning at Shubie Campground, where we walked along some of the trails. I hope I get to take more pictures here, I love this little bridge! I have a feeling this spot will be gorgeous in the fall.
I loved the creativity during this shoot. Mom brought some cute floppy hats and a delicate tea set for the girls to enjoy a little tea party. I would also love to mention that mom is rocking a gorgeous vintage green skirt that was her grandmother’s.
Such a sweet session!
I’ve lived in Eastern Passage going on three years, and I’ve always been in love with the patches of lupins that grow near the Shearwater Flyer Trail in Eastern Passage at the end of June. I was so pleased when Erica contacted me, to say that she wanted them as her backdrop to her family pictures this year! Not only was it a stunning day for pictures, but this family was wonderful to photograph. The kids were so sweet and patient with my directions, and mom and dad are funny and easy going. It was a great session, and I’m in love with how these pictures turned out.
A chilly November family maternity session with this beautiful family at York Redoubt National Park. I do love the reds and the oranges that pop at the end of fall!