Tiffany and Chris were born and raised on Toronto and have a deep appreciation for their city and its history. After finishing school, Chris started to work for the Ontario Court of Appeal located in the historical Osgoode Hall. He was therefore very excited about the possibility of taking some photos inside this stunning building. After getting a special permission we all went inside on a quiet Saturday afternoon and I was simply amazed! This beautiful structure reminded me of many museums I have seen in Europe with unique architectural elements. The heritage courtrooms are from the late 1800s. My eye was particularly drawn by the superb stained glass work, mosaic floors and impressive columns. What a place to be!
We also stepped outside in the gardens for a bit and, in spite of the rain, we still managed to enjoy the fresh spring colours around which are always very welcome in photos!
Tiffany and Chris, enjoy these images and I look forward to seeing you in August for more creative fun! Manuela
I can’t believe how fast time goes by…if feels like yesterday that I attended Anita and Richard’s engagement party at the fabulous Avani Restaurant…I recall how super cold and snowy that February day was. And here we are now, surrounded by blossoms, with everything around coming back to life (finally!!) in an explosion of colours! Anita and I have been keeping an eager eye on the Japanese cherry trees of High Park and they have been so slow this year…but finally made it! We lucked out with the weather as we found such a nice window in between gloomy and cool days. Going through the images we shot has brought a smile on my face as everything looks almost fairy tale-ish at times. I loved Anita’s summer dress blowing in the soft wind and making it all look so dreamy and romantic!
Anita and Richard share great energy when they are together. We have had a strong connection from our first consultation and I feel grateful to know them.
I very much look forward to their summer wedding celebrations which will be filled with even more colours, textures and oh yes…the lovely Indian flavours I am so hooked to!
Jennifer and Chris are extremely laid back and easy going. They went for a small, quaint wedding at Toronto’s St George’s Golf and Country Club.
I knew their wedding was going to unfold in a relaxed way the moment I met with them for their engagement photos. Even though the weather has been slightly moody on their big April day, the wind played with Jennifer’s beautiful veil allowing for some fun, spontaneous images. I have thoroughly enjoyed myself both capturing their great unfolding moments and also while interacting with some of the most fun guests I have seen at such an event. My table was so much fun, I recall our great laughs and once in a while, funny shots as a consequence.
All in all, this wedding was simply great, a breeze to photograph!
Dear Jennifer and Chris, I wish you all the best in your new life together! Many thanks for allowing me to witness your union in marriage!