Everyone has a story, here is ours!

Photography is an art.

It’s about mixing emotion and light.

My start in professional photography can be described as a baptism by fire!  I moved to the Mayan Riviera and photographed 50 weddings in 6 months! I have been photographing professionally ever since.  Weddings are often one of the happiest days of people’s lives, and I get to call that my "work place"!  It is quite intoxicating.  Lots of photographers are scared to photograph a wedding because it happens so fast, and you can't ask for a "redo".  I come fully prepared for almost every situation that can arise, which means I am able to concentrate on your moments, and not my gear. Our son keeps our lives busy, and is a constant source of joy and jokes.  We also have motorcycles in our blood and are often found at the race track.  On top of that we also enjoy automotive photography so you might see a few of those images pop up.

Unique perspective is key

We view photography from a different angle.  We always try to get low or climb on things as much as possible. This creates an image from a different angle than how you normally view the world.  This draws in the viewers and automatically creates interest.

We strive to create unique images specifically for you.  We want your friends to be jealous. :)

Our specialties

  • Engagement Photography
  • Wedding Photography
  • Automotive Photography
  • Photo Studio
  • Family Photography

What makes us different

  • We bring humour and a calmness to your day
  • Easy to talk to personalities
  • Fast turn around on images (3 weeks)
  • Complete retouching of every photo at no extra cost
  • Our images are edited in-house and never sent abroad


Wedding photography is so much more than just clicking a button on a camera. It is about capturing a story as it happens, seeing the nuances of your family and the anticipation of things to come. Watching the groom see his bride for the first time is truly magical. Following this amazing moment is another personal favourite of mine—when the father of the bride makes eye contact with the groom for the first time. I believe it is at this exact moment that the father "hands over" his daughter. Again, it always gets me!