KNOW IT ALLS
Let's go out past the party lights.
If you are reading this, I suspect that you are awesome. You, in one word = awesome. Your wedding in one word = awesome. Or awesome-fest if you happen to be playing fast and loose with the hyphens. Yep, that's a whole lot of awesome. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is also a you appropriate word but obviously much harder to toss around with great frequency.
What sets your wedding apart? Beneath the optional confetti canon, the incredible people in your life are the heartbeat of your party. Basically, you love the shit out of some pretty wonderful folks and you're going to have a reallllly good time celebrating together. In short.
From the other half that makes you a better half to the arms that won't let go until you're thisclose to peeing your pants with laughter. Your community. Your family. Friends. Love. Impromptu kitchen dance parties. Heavy on the joy and zero on the cookie cutter prom poses. I do solemnly swear, however, to tell you if your bangs look weird. And if you feel like your hands are awkward bananas? Not to worry, I've got you covered. When you let go of impossible/ridiculous/irrelevant standards, magic happens. That's where you'll find me.
Bad jokes. Beautiful pictures.
If I were in a beauty pageant, laughing until I cry would be my go to talent. Just ask pretty much anyone I've spent more than 15 minutes with. I lugged my Mom's camera to school when I was 13 and ended up with a yearbook of couples. It took me eons longer to figure out that I will balance precariously on any object to celebrate commitment. L-O-V-E all caps, kind of love. Your partner in crime, the hand that always meets yours in the dark, your very best friend by your side, whatever the weather - especially if it's raining or you might get arrested. Always willing to eat ice cream for dinner. And let's not forget laughter. This is what I celebrate.
I learned to process film by hand in high school and have a BFA in photography from the Alberta College of Art and Design. I completed a year of an MFA program in photography at Parsons NYC and quickly realized that I need wide open spaces in my life. Influenced without a doubt by my Saskatchewan prairie roots and a continued fondness towards the words “tuque” (that's tewk) and “bunny hug.” If you’re really nice, I might even show you my precision figure skating photos.
Currently loving life in Arcata, California with my Montana man and two wildly ornery dogs, Biggs and Jupiter.
NEW RUNNING SHOES
BAD ACTION MOVIES
GINGER LEMON CREMES
SINGING SONGS I DON'T KNOW THE WORDS TO
WIDE OPEN SPACES