The Low Family

I love the Low family!!! All of them! The last time I took their whole family picture was several years ago. It was my worst photoshoot ever. It’s one of the only photoshoots I regret doing. The only place and time their whole family was all able to be together was right before Christmas in the hospital atrium. There was a sign for Breast Screening Clinic in the background, no natural light, and I was in such a rush to get it to them in time for Christmas that somehow I missed someone’s arm in part of the cloning process. It was one of those experiences I still have nightmares about. Thankfully they let me have another shot. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful spot and lighting. I love every single one of these! 

To a Man Who Gave His All

Over 50 years ago Constable Calvin Byam, a member of the Lethbridge Police, was dispatched to assist evacuating a small island in the river valley where severe flooding had occurred. In attempting to rescue several people who were living in a hut, Constable Byam was swept away and drowned. He left behind his wife and seven children. A memorial service was held in his honour, which included the unveiling of a plaque that can be found in the river valley, speeches by police officers and family members, awarding of Retired Lethbridge Police Badge #163, and a poem written and read by his granddaughter. Afterwards the family gathered for some pictures and dinner. It was a very special day and I was reminded of the everyday heroes in our community, those serving us today and those who have given their lives. 

Graduation Celebration

It was such a beautiful day to celebrate a graduation from high school! Wishing you all the best in your future endeavours Jordon!

Beautiful Winter Wedding

This wonderful woman has been a friend of mine for over 16 years. I was so thankful to see and her and her children match up with an amazing man and his kids. It felt so peaceful and serene as the newly fallen snow blanketed the earth, adding a deeper symbolism to their wedding day (even though it meant for some cold toes)! I truly felt blessed to be part of their special day.

Annalise’s First Christmas

I loved every moment of this photoshoot. Their heirloom miniature family red chair, the peaceful music playing in the background, the softly falling white snow with berries of red. Christmas is truly the most wonderful time of the year. So glad I was able to help capture a bit of the magic of Annalise’s first one.