7th Dec 2014, 7:36pm

Week in and week out I have the honour of documenting and celebrating the really good bits in my client's lives...sometimes their wedding, sometimes a birth, sometimes a significant birthday, sometimes just a really lovely bit in their family journey. It's a pretty special thing that we photographers get to be present at your best bits, your turning points. The thing that makes it so heart-filling though is the people...I'm definitely not a landscape photographer, it's the people that make it the best job in the world.

This particular Saturday I was at Sarnia Park with Amy and Vern, and their families, to record and document the beginning of the next bit in their story...this is how it went down...

Amy's gown by Ooby Ryn



6th Dec 2014, 11:34am

In the 80's we called it 'Glamour Photography' and it got a bit of a bad rap for overuse of feather boas and hairlights and collar clutching...but when it comes right down to it what we are doing is creating beautiful portraits of women that celebrate their femininity and their elegance...and who wouldn't want that? So I think we can reclaim the term 'Glamour Photography' or maybe we'll call it 'Contemporary Portraiture for Women'...and no matter what you call it I'd really rather let the pictures do the talking :-)

I absolutely love shooting these is so addictive to spend time with these wonderful women, to watch the transformation via hair and makeup and to create portraits that capture their most beautiful selves.

If you would like to book in a contemporary portrait session we would love to spend the time pampering, transforming and photographing you! Sessions cost $350 including professional hair and makeup and take around three hours. Please email for more details!

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