Sweet Baby Clark | New Brunswick Newborn Photographer

September was THE month of babies! 2 little ladies and 3 little boys, all born within a couple weeks of each other, equalled a very busy couple of weeks for me in the studio! It was hectic and exhausting but I loved it 🙂 After photographing both his big brothers I was looking forward to meeting Clark to see who he looked like. At only 5-ish pounds, this tiny little peanut definitely favored his brother Brock over big turkey Luke, but I loved photographing them all equally. It’s a busy life for Jenna and Jake but it’s the one they’ve always wanted and I’m honored they invited me to document it along the way.

Everyone, meet sweet baby Clark.

 

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Michelle & Scott | Intimate Backyard Country Wedding [Sussex, NB]

Time to catch up on some blogging! Now that wedding season is over and I’m *almost* out of my editing cave, I can look back on the year that was and feel so thankful for all the wonderful clients who welcomed me into their lives this year. Whether it was on their wedding day, or to photograph their new engagement or their new baby, it all meant so much to me and I’m probably going to be emotional about it until Christmas!

This wedding here was one of those ones where I just felt so happy to be there; everything was easy and sunshine. Michelle and Scott chose a small, intimate wedding in there backyard and asked me to come along for the ceremony and a few portraits after. With the golden late summer sunshine, wheat fields, rustic red barn and lovely wedding party, how could I not be thrilled? It was lovely, just like these two.

Couple: Michelle Black and Scott Seymore

Ceremony Location: Couple’s backyard, Dutch Valley, NB

Photo Location: Family Farm, Lower Millstream, NB

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Sweet Baby Quinn | New Brunswick Newborn Photographer

Just look at this bubba! Last Fall I photographed Quinn’s mom and dad (along with her sisters) at their wedding, so I was super happy when Natasha contacted me to let me know that they would be welcoming a new member to the family in August. The girls were SO good with her and Quinn was a 9lbs bundle of chunky goodness. I was so honored to be able to snuggle her for a bit.

Bring me your babies!

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Carly & Jeff | Elegant Rockwood Park Wedding [Saint John, NB]

Back in August, when temperatures were still high and everything was wild and green, I celebrated a wedding day with Carly and Jeff, a super sweet couple who emanated kindness and love to everyone around them. They’ve grown up together and have been together since their early days in university (like Dan and I), so I saw a lot of myself in their comfort with each other, their easy smiles and quiet mutual energy. And, just like them, their family and friends were such kind people, it made working with them all such a pleasure. Oh, and I will always remember their day because it was the day that the BC forest fires blew all the way across the continent and caused the oddest, most reddish mid-day sun that I’ve ever seen.

Oh, and this too: “Honor, get on ‘er, stay on ‘er” <–newfie bridesmaid’s toast 😉

Couple: Carly Nichols and Jeff Barsalou

Ceremony Location: Public Gardens, Saint John, NB

Reception Location: Lily Lake Pavilion, Saint John, NB

Photo Location: Harriet Irving Memorial Park, Saint John, NB

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dan and Sarah | Alma, NB Engagement Photographer

Oh, this was a good one. I first got in contact with Dan, who wanted me to help him with a little surprise for his girlfriend, Sarah.  They were traveling through the Maritimes from Pennsylvania and were planning to be in Fundy for a few days. Dan had a secret plan to propose to Sarah at Peggy’s Cove that weekend and wanted to book an engagement session while they were in Fundy, basking in their post-proposal glow. How sweet is that?! He nailed it, I’d say. So I met them both at Bennett Lake one warm September evening and what a lovely pair they were, so cuddly and happy (I just kept thinking Sarah had a “megawatt” smile if I’ve ever seen one), and I had a great time showing them around our Canadian wilderness (well, as wild as a national park can be). We then ventured into Alma, which is quickly becoming one of my favorites places to shoot, I just love the entire feel of that place.

I only wish that I could join them for their wedding next Fall down in Maryland (darn customs and borders), but I wish them all the best in their new lives together, I know they will be super happy!

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