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Sarah and Brendan were married in a touching Catholic ceremony at the Birks Chapel on McGill University campus in downtown Montreal. While photographing the wedding, I could see that the bride and groom found great meaning in the religious aspects...

Countryside wedding at the Royal Bromont Golf Club

Nick and Marie are a couple of fun-loving no-nonsense people who like to keep it real! That always makes me happy, because for wedding photography, keeping it real is one of the best things you can do to get natural, spontaneous photos. Nick is from Vancouver and Marie is from Quebec. They met one wild night at a hockey game while Nick was in Montreal and hit it off. That night they fled the crazy hockey riots together. And despite living on opposite sides of the country, they kept their long-distance relationship alive and well!

Wedding at the Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur Chapel in Old Montreal

On a sunny May 17, 2014, Amanda and Jeremie were married at the Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur Chapel in the Old Port. After getting to know them a little bit during their engagement photo session in Parc Angrignon, it was a big pleasure getting to photograph their wedding day!

The happy couple

Amanda and Jeremie are quiet, thoughtful, fun-loving and seem to have inner magnets that draw positive and loving people close around them. It was such fun to document the moments happening as family and friends gathered together for a big party to celebrate their love. Here are some highlights of this wedding at the Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur Chapel:

Guys getting ready

Whiskey, wrestling and discussions on whether to cut open the pockets on their suits...Totally!

Gals getting ready

Champagne, hugs and discussions on whether Amanda looked like a brunette Katherine Heigl... Totally!

If you like using social media, Instagram is an awesome way to collect and share your wedding guests pictures. You'll be able to see your wedding from the eyes of your friends and family. Plus, you can use Instagram to entertain your guests at the wedding reception. Big serious warning: Collecting your guest's photos can't replace hiring a wedding photographer. Smartphone photos are fun and easy to share. But comparing professional photos to your guests' cellphone snapshots is like comparing your diamond engagement ring to a cereal box prize. CRACKERJACK That being said, as long as you have a professional (like me) taking care of documenting your wedding with high-quality photography, it can be a blast to get everyone sharing their own photos during your wedding day. Step 1: Create a unique hashtag

Planning to capture this surprise proposal in Montreal

Ryan e-mailed me because he was planning to propose to his girlfriend during a weekend trip to Montreal. So we made some plans by e-mail for a cute photoshoot with them in the Old Port, around the hotel they were staying. Ryan pretended it was a couple's photoshoot so they could have "nice memories of their trip" to Montreal. But the whole time we were taking photos, he was hoping Jordan wouldn't notice the ring box in his jacket pocket.

Hey everyone! I'll be at the Salon de la Mariée at the Palais des Congrès this weekend (February 1 and 2). If you're coming, stop by and say hi! I'm at booth 1008 and I'd love to see you! Keep an eye out for some of these big prints to find me among the crowd!

When hunters from back from the woods or from Up North, if there's a moose on the roof of their car, there is always the story to tell. It's the same with photographers: either it was luck or patience that...