Every month I get together with a group of amazing women around the world and share our documented lives in 30 minutes. It's absolutely fantastic to see what we do,…
When I walked into their hotel room at the Southern Palms Hotel, to begin photographing their wedding, the laughs began. No holds barred was the order of the day, and the irony of life, is that he was a cage fighter. Needless to say, his bride was well protected.
When I'm asked to do a small, intimate wedding, I get the tickles all over. There is just something about deciding to become man and wife with minimal planning and few details that I love. Photographing this destination wedding was all of that, and more. Tracey and Stuart had known each other for over 30 years, but their lives, initially, took different paths. But as life does, it throws curve balls at us, and our directions change. Tracey and Stuart found one another again, and this time, there was no letting go.
I met Mahlet and Aaron quite some time ago online through an amazingly beautiful friend here in Barbados. We hit it off immediately, and chatted, and chatted and chatted some more. When they flew to Barbados from Ottawa for their wedding, it was as though I was meeting old friends.
I have the most incredible job in the world. First and foremost, I am a photographer in Barbados. I'm lucky enough to have a job that affords me time to be with my family, to go watch their school plays and afternoon activities, to be able to travel with my husband and second shooter to photograph families and weddings. It rocks, I won't even lie.
I'd never been seriously fishing before, but in the last couple months, I've had this urge to catch what I eat. I know, it sounds totally barbaric, but I think it's worse to catch, maim and release it back into the water partially damaged. I'm a firm believer of respecting nature, and honoring the life that's been given to you for food. In comes the fishing.
I've always considered myself a dreamer. That person who would put their hands to their chin and stare out the window - yep, that was me. As a child, I spent so much time thinking - thinking about something else, didn't matter what that "else" was, I was never in the present - I was always somewhere else.
If you've made it this far, you're pretty awesome, well done! Just a few more steps to complete the process :-)
I've been wanting to try a few things for a long time with my camera. Shooting through glasses, through plastic bags, and generally just play. Haven't done that in so long. I grabbed my go-to model and went to the bedroom with some gorgeous light.