Marina and Travis live in Florida, but they’re getting married on Vancouver Island in October. They visited for a little wedding planning last month and we squeezed in a mini session at Cattle Point. Luckily, they missed most of the smoke we’ve had recently and we ended up with a super sunny day. Marina is a veterinary surgeon, so of course, she attracted some animals – a few deer and the biggest slug I’ve ever seen. It was fun getting to know them in person. They make each other laugh a lot, which in my book is a sign of a great relationship.
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Cassie and Mike attended a fun wedding I photographed last summer. I managed to get a cute photo of them dancing, but I think I cut off the top third of Mike’s head. For their engagement photos, I tried not to do that. Luckily, he was all about leaning towards Cassie. These guys turned out to be naturals in front of the camera. We wandered around Fernwood for some photos. Check out some of my faves below.
While we were in the middle of portraits, a little dog came up for some pets and promptly flopped down in front of them.
We managed to squeeze in an engagement session a couple of weeks ago before Blaine and Zach’s wedding next week. I’m glad we did. They were a bit nervous and a bit silly and very cute together.
I met up with Karen and Chris at Government House in mid-September. I got there early and it started pouring, so I texted them to ask if they wanted to reschedule. They wanted to wait a few minutes and see if it cleared. When they arrived, we grabbed a couple of umbrellas and hid under a tree for five minutes until the rain slowed. It actually turned out to be a nice day for a shoot, though there was no sunset light in sight as I’d hoped for. We ended the shoot with me climbing into the wet bushes and trying to get a photo of a plastic dinosaur attacking them.
When I met Brittany and Mark above the beach at Mt. Doug, they were sitting at a picnic table, already enjoying the evening together. They’d scouted the location earlier that day, but the tide had come in before the shoot, leaving just a small amount of beach to work with. We made the best of it though and they were pretty cute, silly faces and all. I’m really looking forward to what sounds like a super fun wedding in Salmon Arm.