November 22, 2015

Forest Engagement | A Styled Session

“Of this be sure: you do not find a happy life, you make it.” – Thomas S Monson


We had SO much fun organizing and putting together this little shoot. Make sure to have a look at the wicked vendors that made it possible:

Hair & Makeup: Sparrow Beauté

Women’s Attire: Sweet Jolie

Jewellery: Mandy Kaiser: Stella & Dot  & You Fancy Huh?

Models: Sasha Scheffelmaier & Adam Ayoubi

Photography: Brz Photography

A special thank you to my second shooter / location organizer / smore maker: Randi Tyler


I love being able to meet and shoot my clients prior to their big day. It allows us to get better acquainted and them to get used to my style & prompts. I am now booking consultations with 2016 wedding clients. If you are interested, let me know – I would love to hear from you!



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