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Monthly Archives: July 2009

Bunny Love: David and Kristen’s Wedding Part 1

What more can we say about a couple that we are absolutely in love with. They made our photographic dreams come true.  We remember back… last fall when we first met David & Kristen at Chapters in Scarborough. We were immediately taken by their gentle and trusting nature. Having just a few samples of our […]

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Pheonia & Anthony’s Wedding to Do List

Get Ready Get Married Take Photos @ Distillery District Take Photos @ King Edward Hotel Lobby Take Photos @ King Edward Crystal Room Take Photos @ Flat Iron Building Take Photos @ In Front of Union Station Take Photos @ A Hot Dog Stand Take Photos @ Back Alleyways of Downtown Take Photos @ AGO […]

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Trisha & Steve’s Engagment Shoot Teaser

From the beaches to the grungy streets of Toronto, Trisha & Steve took a tour of the various natural and urban landscapes the city has to offer. Their relationship exudes a love and warmth which is rare and their wonderful connection and chemistry made for some awesome photos. Below are just a few of the many photos […]

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Bringing Together Cultures Part 2: Mohan & Carrissa’s Christian Wedding

Fast forward 24 hours after the Hindu Ceremony and you’ll find the beautiful sari’s and coconuts that helped usher in the Hindu marriage, transformed in to formal dresses and delicate bouquets  On a bright sunny afternoon, friends and family gathered to on the great lawn of Edward’s Gardens for a beautiful outdoor Christian ceremony. Together […]

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Bringing Together Cultures Part 1: Mohan & Carissa’s Hindu Ceremony

Cross-cultural weddings are very inspiring for us to photograph. They remind us of the common spirit that dwells within us all. Transcending cultural & religious barriers Mohan & Carissa brought together two very different cultures. This challenging undertaking requires dedication, patience and most importantly an enduring love.  Throughout it all Carrisa maintained reverence and respect […]

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