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Chao and Zhao contacted me to plan a couple's photoshoot in Montreal before they returned back home to China. After living and working in Montreal for some time, it was finally time to say goodbye to this city. They really wanted to...

If you're planning your wedding day yourselves, it's probably the first time you've done anything like this! :) To help you figure out the timeline or schedule of the day, here's a quick look at how much time wedding photos usually...

Cérémonie à l'église Saint-Patrice de Magog Annick et Mathieu se sont mariés dans une vieille église lumineuse à Magog. L'église Saint-Patrice de Magog est spacieuse, avec de grandes fenêtres, une voute impressionnante et une longue allée centrale. Les murs et colonnes peints...

Winter's back early this year in Montreal! And I'm not complaining. I love the first months of winter, when snow is still exciting and new. We all get to wear cute scarves and mittens. If any winter-haters out there want...

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.

Allo tout le monde! Ce soir, il y a de la neige et du froid dehors, mais les photos que je partage avec vous ont été prises lors d'une journée pluvieuse cet automne. Noémie et Sébastien m'ont rejoint dans le Vieux-Port pour leur séance de photos en couple. On avait quelques doutes en voyant le mauvais temps s'annoncer, mais la pluie était assez douce pour s'aventurer.

These past few weeks, I've been looking back at the last year and gathering my favourite photos in preparation for the Salon de la Mariée bridal show where I'll be on Feb 1 and 2 (do come visit me!). I thought I'd share 2 posts with the results. This one, with a bunch of my favourite engagement photos (where couples in love be all casual and have fun getting their photos taken).

Elisa and Etienne are two energetic bundles of fun! Being a nerd myself, I think I can safely call these two "creative geeks". They are both artists (or "arteestes" as we like to say with French accents) but they also enjoy geekery like Otakuthon, anime and programming. ;) Elisa studied cartoon animation, but gave up her animator ambitions to enjoy better work-life balance and be able to one day have a family. Now, she enjoys working at a pet shop and has a gazillion (well, maybe 5) pets of her own. Etienne is a graphic designer/website developer who's also a skilled musician and swing dancer. He's a big extrovert and has the best laugh! Elisa and Etienne met in CEGEP many years ago. They are looking forward to finally tying the knot this October 19th...and celebrating the beginning of a long and exciting adventure together! ElisaEtienneEsession091 For their engagement session, we decided to forgo the typical romantic locations around Montreal (yes, Old Port, we're talking about you) and get down and dirty exploring a graffiti-filled abandoned factory.