I connected with Tiffany at a Women in Male Dominated Industries (WIMDI) event late in 2017, and we recently worked together on a workshop she held in Vancouver – Better Life Bootcamp. I wanted to share with you a bit more about Tiffany and why she is so passionate about fostering self care and a … More Better Life Bootcamp
When was the last time you were photographed with your Mum or daughter? Is it something you have always thought about doing, but life has got in the way or you just haven’t got around to it? I really love taking photos of adult mothers and daughters – their relationship dynamic shifts so dramatically, but … More Portraits with Mum for Mother’s Day
If you have been following along for a while, you are probably aware that each year just before my birthday, I shoot a new set of self portraits. This year I got to shoot them in the new co-op studio I just moved into on Columbia and 3rd – stupidly close to some craft breweries … More Birthday self portraits 2018
Whenever I move to a new city, I join the kiwi expat group so that I can have some connection to a bit of home. It wasn’t so much of an issue in Canberra or Melbourne, since there are so many kiwis living in Australia I usually would end up working with or knowing few … More Kiwi expats come together
Annabel is personality plus if you can’t already tell from the photos! She has a super quirky sense of style and I loved seeing all the outfit options she brought to the session we had. There was even a full head to toe Spice Girls outfit option – check out what was brought along on … More Working with an Aussie actress – Antipodeans unite!
I am a member of quite a few networking groups geared towards women, or women in creative fields around Vancouver. At these groups, you are often asked to pitch about your business, and express your “why”. I am not always the most social butterfly, or like being vulnerable in front of people I don’t know … More Why I chose portrait photography
This was our first full year in Vancouver, we still haven’t acclimated to the winter weather and I am constantly amazed that I don’t really need a full winter coat or socks on a regular basis – Geoff is testing to see if he can wear shorts the entire winter season. Although I would say … More 2017 – What a year!
I was talking with a friend the other day about how easy it is to become overly familiar with the way you light when you are in a smaller space, and end up stuck in a comfort zone. I am so feeling that right now with this larger space I am working in, and getting … More Rocking the red dress
Meet Holly – the woman who is helping other women batter through the glass ceiling and achieve goals they weren’t sure they would be able to in male dominated industries… I first met Holly at a networking group she had taken over in mid 2016 just after I had moved to Vancouver. It didn’t take … More Holly – helping women build the careers they deserve
Somehow I have never blogged about our Thanksgiving tradition with our “framily” and now I’m really sad that I never took my camera until this year (and also wondering HOW I never took my camera….). Geoff and Steve worked together at EA in Melbourne until it’s untimely closure (prior to which, Cari and I drank … More Reviving a Thanksgiving tradition in Sechelt