"Eric and Tina met at work over the summer but once the seasons changed Eric moved overseas to teach English in South Korea, making a budding romance much more difficult to pursue. Returning early the next summer, Tina was so elated to find herself face to face with Eric that she jumped into his arms, and they haven’t left each other’s side since.

Too cold to go out, Eric and Tina planned a special night at home one evening and cooked an Italian themed meal. But Eric had more in store. Tina went upstairs to change and came back down to find the room filled with candles, flowers, and Italian love songs in the air. After their delicious meal the two danced and Eric dropped down on one knee and proposed to the love of his life."

- Winnipeg Weddings Magazine


I could go on and on about Tina and Eric's wedding, but I'll do my best to sum it up! We hit it off right away, and during our first interview we had a number of iconic photographs planned for their wedding. They wanted a classy magazine style photoshoot for part of their package, and we had a great time playing dress up and getting the images they were after.

On 'set', the moments ranged from intense romantic eye fueled interludes between the couple, to them bursting out laughing after taking a more serious shot. This chemistry carried on throughout the day and you can see how much fun the couple had as we moved from location to location to location. It was a 19 hour day, and one of my most rewarding while photographing weddings.