Travelling to Iceland
I think it must be every photographer’s dream to be able to travel for work. This last year, I have been lucky enough to be sent to many fun places to capture beautiful images for my clients. My most recent and favourite is Iceland. Travelling to Iceland to capture it’s beauty was unbelievable for me. Iceland is so amazingly gorgeous. Everywhere you look there is beauty. The landscape is so diverse and different from anything I have ever experienced. If it is on your list, get there….and if it is not on your list, it should be. I took so many pictures and love everyone of them. I would love to go back and shoot again in the summer; I was there in the winterish spring. You can visit huge waterfalls, stunning cliffs falling into the ocean, lava fields, ponies (Icelandic horses) and glaciers and so many more jaw dropping views. I’ve complied a tiny fraction of my favourite images from this trip to share. Each picture means something to me. An experience, or a feeling or just plain appreciation at what I was seeing and having the ability to capture it with my camera and share it. Being a travelling photographer is something I am so grateful for. Every job I have here and away give me so much happiness and remind me of how lucky I am to call myself a photographer.
Thanks for checking out my images 🙂
Family Photos at Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver
This super fun photo shoot was a long time in the making! I first met Heather when I took pictures of her little guy (now the oldest) at Gymboree. Jackson had the the cutest little face with the best wrinkle face smile, perfect for pictures 🙂 Our next shoot was in Deep Cove on a gorgeous sunny day and with us were 5! Added to the bunch were Lucy and baby Noah. Move to our most recent photo session, and now there are 6! The newest little bundle is Anna. Perfect, smily little Anna 🙂 Originally we were going to do a newborn shoot with her but ended up changing it to a family shoot at Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver. We had such a fun time exploring through the forest and racing down the trails…those kids are fast! We took pictures all around the forest and then down on the waterfront playing on the huge rocks. It is such pretty place to shoot and the Patchell family were the perfect family to capture. I love all the sweet smiles they gave me and the big grins too. Lucy and I had fun looking for fairies and Jackson was the lead billy coat on all the rock faces. When we finished shooting on the rocks, we headed back up the trail..clearly all that hiking was exhausting for Anna as she conked out on the way out. One of my favourite shots is her sleeping in Heather’s arms. I had a great time shooting this family and can’t wait to do it again…..maybe with baby 5? 😉