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The Princess Ball | Red Deer Family Photographer

A frozen theme… This is the second year that I’ve taken part in The Princess Ball, here in Red Deer. It is an annual event that has been going on for 9 years now, raising funds for Cystic Fibrosis. Sadly though, this is the…

Wheeler Family | Red Deer Family Photographer

Saying goodbye to Red Deer… After 3+ years in Red Deer, this family is saying goodbye and moving northwest for a new posting. I had the privilege of getting to know Lisa when I first moved to Red Deer back in 2016. We met…

Andrew & Melissa’s Wedding @ Westerner Park | Red Deer & Calgary Wedding Photographer

Intimate wedding with a “Jaws” ending. This summer has been incredibly rainy, but on this wedding day for Melissa & Andrew, there was 0% chance of rain! It was hot, hot, hot! The guys got ready at the couples home in Timberland. It was…

Ashten & Philippe’s Engagement Session | Red Deer & Calgary Wedding Photographer

Bridges, nature & pathways. I met Ashten & Philippe at the downtown Red Deer CPR Walking Bridge, 2 hours before sunset. That’s when the “magic light” happens, creamy and soft golden light. We had a ton of fun as we ventured onto the bridge…

Lacombe Ice Breaker Tournament | Red Deer/Calgary Event Photographer

Lacombe Ringette Association @ the Gary Moe Auto Group Sportsplex, Lacombe This past weekend, teams from across Alberta and Saskatchewan gathered in Lacombe for the Annual Ice Breaker Tournament. There was plenty of excitement come Sunday, when the finals were being played! As a…

TRICK OR TREAT!?! Fairies, Lambs, Dogs and Pumpkins…| Red Deer/Calgary Family Photographer

Halloween Mini’s at the ACP Studio in Red Deer Over two weekends, I had a number of adorable kiddos come and visit me…decked out in their sweet Halloween costumes. There really weren’t any scary ones, just cute and cuddly animals and characters from their…

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