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Becky & Colin

Liz & Sachin's Mexico Destination Wedding

The Philippines

Sunflower Sisters

Skyline Trail Engagement

Jack & Gill

Pollet's Cove

Documentary wedding and elopment photographer based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Now booking for 2020 & 2021.

Fine Art Photojournalism

for creative souls

With a background in English literature and travel writing, I’m drawn to narratives that put the story first. I’m inspired by cinema, old posters, graphic novels, and Japanese aesthetics. As a young photographer, I cut my teeth by shooting backstage at theatre festivals and covering breaking news stories. I like to create an atmosphere that’s ripe for candid moments to happen, where you can just be yourself and let me turn it into art.

I take pictures while you make memories so that days, months, and years later you can flip back to these photos and remember how it felt.

Let's Talk About Your Wedding


My approach to weddings combines photojournalism that speaks to the real story of your day—authentic moments, open-mouth laughs, and all the crying, with artsy creative shots (the kind of stuff that's fun to hang on your wall).

I want you to see yourselves in your pictures, quirks and all. I believe in embracing your imperfects and seeing the bright side of happy accidents. We're all just people wandering the planet looking for our match—and you've found it! Whatever that looks like for you, I wanna capture it.

I shoot digital on Canon, Fujifilm, with all the bells and whistles. If you want to play with instant film or get a few aerial drone shots at your weddings, we can chat about that too. Anything for the aesthetic.

So if that all sounds good, plus you want your wedding to feel laid back, where you hang out with all your besties and avoid that "big production" vibe, then you're my kind of people.