Where are you from originally?
Abbotsford, BC

How long have you been a photographer?
5 years

What other kinds of photography do you like to do?
I enjoy all kinds of portrait work that allows me to experiment and create unique images, wheher that be weddings, fashion, or fine art photography.

How would you describe your photography style? 
Natural, honest, and artfully driven

How do you work on the day? (More posed photos? Documentary style? Standing back and letting things happen?)
I approach each wedding and shoot to make it unique for that couple, using personal touches and their personalities to make the images different. I'm all about capturing the honest and unique love between them. I don't believe in stiff awkward poses. I value real moments so I like to pull those emotions out of my subjects and then let things unfold naturally. 

Are there any parts of the day you especially like photographing? (e.g. The details like cake etc, the couples shots)?
My favourite part is definitely the time I get alone with my couples. But I also really love capturing all those little details I know had so much work put into them.

How much post production do you do? What is your style? 
I like to keep my photos feeling very natural with colours and tones similar to film photography

Do you have a favorite, must-capture moment for every wedding?
This is such a hard question! There are so many must-capture moments for me throughout the day. But the main ones would probably be when the bride and groom see each other for the first time. Then once they have their first kiss and walk back down the aisle together. That moment is always so special and filled with so much emotion.

What’s the most unique photo you’ve ever taken at a wedding?
I had a wedding where there was a giant trampoline and the bride and groom decided to have a go at it. So that was definitely an interesting one!

What piece of advice would you give brides and grooms to ensure that they get wedding photos they love forever?        The most important thing is to choose a photographer that not only has a style you love, but a personality you can vibe with. You’ll be able to be so much more comfortable together while shooting, and you and your partner will feel relaxed and at ease in front of the lens.

The second thing is breath, relax and be in the moment. I know it's really easy to get overwhelmed on your wedding day and for the day to just fly by. It's so important that during your photos you take the time to relax. Look at your person, take in everything that just happened, and really appreciate the moment.

If you weren’t a wedding photographer, what would you be doing?
Photography is my passion and I can't see myself doing anything else!

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Kind words


We had a great experience with Pink Daisy Vancouver , the photos are perfect!!! 

-Kiana and Matt