This Wedding at Cammidge House, in Centennial Beach, is full of beautiful vintage details, muted florals and stunning beach views.
You would think that given the stage 4 drought we had this year, we wouldn’t have to worry about rain, but mother nature threatened a downpour on he day of Deb and Kerry’s Wedding. Thankfully there was just a sprinkle of rain after the ceremony and the overcast skies complimented the long wispy grasses and deserted beach perfectly. Check out their stunning beach portraits and their vintage garden wedding at Cammidge House. It was such a delight to share in their day.
Sneak peek at this fall generation photo session at Queen Elizabeth park. The last time I photographed the whole family was back in 2012 at Brittania Shipyard in Steveston. I can’t believe how much these cuties have grown up! And… there is a sweet new edition to the family.
These photographs are some of my favourite Wedding moments over the last 7 years, ever since I started MCS Photo. I’m honoured to have had the opportunity to meet some incredible couples and feel grateful that they have invited me into their lives so I could take these photos.
I moved back to Vancouver seven years ago and started MCS Photo. These are some of my favourite family portrait moments over the years. It was fun going through these and very hard to choose which ones to post. I’ve truly captured some amazing families.
Thank you Vancouver!
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Family portrait sessions are $500 + tax and include a 90 min session at a location of your choice, all high resolution images, online gallery and slideshow. $350 + tax for a 90 min session at a location of your choice + 15 high resolution images.
We started on the front steps of L and C’s new house in North Van. We then drove to Pitt Lake to get some scenic shots of the mountains. The drive to Pitt Meadows was extremely misty and the fog was so thick that day that I could barely see the cars in front of me. I actually started to wonder whether we would see the mountains at all that day. When we arrived at the right spot, the mountains had a blanket of mist hovering around them. It definitely made for some really cool reflection shots; sometimes mother nature is genius like that. The fog quickly lifted so we could see the mountains in full view and carry on with our shoot in the winter sunshine.
I am so honoured to be your wedding photographer and happy that I get to spend all day with you both! Looking forward to the vineyards and the cedar creek sun.
Stephanie and Ryan were visiting from San Francisco and snuck in some time to do their engagement photos. The last time I saw them was back in 2010! After chatting a bit, we choose to take photos in English Bay as they used to live in the west end before moving to California. Surprisingly, I have never had the opportunity to shoot an engagement session in English Bay so, needless to say, I was excited to scout out the area. I managed to find some cherry blossoms still hanging around the neighbourhood and we stayed long enough on the beach to get a stunning sunset silhouette.
Congrats S+R! I am honoured to be a part of your wedding!
It was the perfect spring evening for Breanne + Phil’s Engagement session. Although I take portraits in Steveston fairly frequently, it always looks very different in each season and it’s always fun to find new nooks and hidden gems. Check out the gorgeous light, the lovely cherry blossoms and this cute couple.