We think these photographs speak for themselves but for the sake of this qualifying as a real blog post here are just a few words.. We love taking photographs in our city with amazing couples who have insanely adorable pugs. This shoot just had the perfect recipe that produced some of my favourite photographs. Ever. I've already mentioned Porkchop, 'golden hour' lighting and a beautiful couple that no matter what crazy thing we told them to do were just so comfortable and natural with each other. It was a joy to spend the evening with you three and thanks for climbing into two separate but equally as questionable willow trees. I promise I won't make you do that in a wedding dress. We are so excited for your September wedding!
Hey guys, sorry this blog has been somewhat non-existent these days! There is lots to post but the last couple months have been insane for Josh and I. To start we found an amazing new apartment and moved at the end of December which, lets be honest, is the worst time of year to move. It meant that pretty well all of December was filled with packing craziness. On top of all that (now here’s the bad news) we are also moving out of our beloved studio. Its been hard to figure out a way to write that without just bursting into a puddle of tears and I wanted to stay in denial as long as I could. But the building was purchased and once my lease expired the new owners increased my rent an astronomical amount. We talked about it a lot but at the end of the day, we just couldn’t justify paying almost double the rent for the exact same space. The good news is that I have a lovely office area in our new apartment and will still be booking photoshoots there as well!
So I wanted to ease any fears. We are alive and well. The business is doing better than ever and we are excited for the coming season. We just don’t have a studio anymore. As of February 1st we’ll be based out of the Mount Pleasant area and super close to lots of great coffee shops and hang out spots so meeting with YOU (our amazing clients) will not be difficult at all. Thanks for your continued support and patience with my lack of online presence. Many blog posts to come shortly.