At the time, I was working as a Landscape Architect in a 9-5 office job. While I loved the creative aspect of being a Landscape Architect, I was so intrigued by the romance and joy that weddings brought. I started photographing weddings on weekends. It was always such a thrill! Every couple was unique, and every love story an inspiration! But I was scared to take the leap towards my new passion.
On the 3rd of March 2015, my whole world turned upside down when my dear friend Elizabeth tragically passed away in a snowboarding accident overseas. I learned from this loss that once a moment is gone, it can never be brought back again.
As I grieved, I poured through our photographs together, each one bringing back a wonderful memory of our time spent together. I’m so thankful that we had some professional photos taken which forever honour the memory of how beautiful and lively she truly was.
Out of this life altering loss, flowed a renewed sense of purpose. I announced my resignation as a Landscape Architect and pursued my calling as a wedding photographer whole heartedly. Since then, I have devoted myself to hand-crafting beautiful photographs that become heirlooms for couples and families.