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Steven and I have had an incredible year – the weddings we have been blessed to be a part of have provided us with a beautiful 2013 portfolio. In fact, it was very difficult to limit our favourite images to under 1,000 for our bridal fair slideshow! This year we photographed in new locations both locally and regionally, battled crazy weather in all the seasons, and shared meals with entertaining guests. We have been invited into the homes and lives of so many lovely couples, photographing their intimate wedding day moments as spent with closest family and friends. The photos below are such a tiny sampling of our 2013 portfolio, and we hope you enjoy them.

Thank you to our wonderful clients who trusted us with their most important day!

Pre-Ceremony: Class and Sass

Bridal Parties: sometimes you just never know what’s going to happen!

Angles and lines make for dramatic images:

And don’t forget the fights-that-could-have-been:

The weather…


…but it made for an awesome backdrop:

Tomorrow’s special Bridal Fair Post: Unveiling Emotion

  • Anonymous - January 12, 2014 - 12:35 pm

    I’m so glad a couple pics from my wedding made it that k you unveiled photography for all your help and hard workReplyCancel

  • Claire - February 9, 2014 - 8:45 pm

    Can’t sing your praises enough, Unveiled. Matt and I and our friends and family were SO pleased with the photos you took. From our engagement shoot on a frozen March lake to the classic Kingston wedding day shots where it threatened rain but held off until we were done shooting, each shot was made special by your expertise and subtlety. You were just so great to meet and get to know. Glad to see we were lucky enough to make it into the mix :)ReplyCancel

I (Katie) have been saving this secret little e-session for quite a few months, waiting for the perfect opportunity to share it with you. Inspired by Mad Men, we photographed Jeni and Brandon’s engagement session downtown Toronto in the Yorkville shopping neighbourhood. Believe it or not, it was April, and it was bitter and windy. We ended our session with a subway ride to Pravda, an eccentric and very cool Russian bar near the harbourfront. Pravda’s owners were kind to let us have use of both floors. The combined privacy and atmosphere encouraged these sultry, vintage-like pictures. Steven and I offer our congratulations to Jeni and Brandon who wed August 17th in Kingston. We look forward to photographing another beautiful portfolio of pictures for them!

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