Keyword: Montréal


Colorful Love

August 31, 2017

Sometimes it happens that a crazy idea crosses our minds and we decide to share it on a whim with our customers. And when they accept to play the game, we are all in joy!   As for the engagement session of Marie and Fred.   We had launched the idea of doing the session in an emblematic place of Montreal: La Ronde.   They said yes without hesitation.   We found ourselves under the […]

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Belly and wild roses

September 30, 2016

Jessika and Phuong laugh and grow together since 18 years. They are strongly united, they are calm, they are joyfull. They are incredibly charming, caring, gentle and a bit childish. No doubt they will make wonderful parents for the little Zack who is coming soon!   To immortalize the last moments of their first pregnancy, we went to Parc de rapides de Lasalle. This place is invigorating, full of greenery and flowers, ducks and birds. […]

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Fit of love

June 9, 2015

We can’t deny that our customers are the best in he world. It happens sometimes that a family or a couple has something particular to make us literally fall in love with them and what they are. This is exactly what happened with Anne-Valerie and François. He is also a photographer and we have to admit that this added quite a bit of pressure on our shoulders. They were so sweet that they entrusted in […]

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When love tastes like nougat

April 7, 2015

Marie-Paule and Renaud’s love fuses them together, the kind of love that smells like roses and tastes like nougat, the one that oozes happiness. As the beautiful bride-to-be prepared in a stunning loft in the Old-Port of Montreal area, her loved ones showered her with all the little things only a bride gets on her wedding day. Everyone was clearly excited, we could feel it in the air. We made many pictures of marie-Paule since […]

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Pink shoes and white balloons

February 21, 2015

June 14, we were at W Hotel to immortalize Stephanie’s moments of preparation for her big day. This stunning blonde was getting ready for the biggest (and most stressful) day of her life. She was ready to say “I do” to the love of her life, Stephan. There was quite a bit of commotion in that hotel room as the bride was very well surrounded. Everyone made it out to lay a helping hand, making […]

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Pickles and ice cream

February 3, 2015

While some people crave pickles and ice cream, others crave marinated artichokes, Nutella and cheese toast, cheeseburgers, scoops of mayonnaise or salty quartered lemons. Some poeple cry without reason, forget everything down to their very own name, laugh over nothing, hate the smell of coffee, are too hot, too cold, too much of everything or simply not enough. Their partner transforms into a superhero willing to travel across town to find olives and strawberry jam […]

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A glowing “Save the date”

July 11, 2014

Caroline is sparkling. Daniel is glowing. Their love shines so bright that it could light up any day. It is a love that’s true, simple, and colourful. It looks as though someone may have mixed bits of sky with pieces of stars, sugar crystals and field flowers. We absolutely love sessions with this kind of love, the kind that will inspire, move, and pierce you. Not too long ago, we presented their vintage/urban-style wedding which […]

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An urban Save the Date

June 6, 2014

A few weeks ago already, we witnessed two wonderful girls unite in love before their loved ones. One is softer, more reflective, while the other is more spontaneous. They both love to laugh and make each other laugh. They both love each other deeply and both are beautiful. They light up when they are together. We had the opportunity to photograph them on more than one occasion. We also worked with them on their engagement […]

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Cambodia in Montreal

May 27, 2014

The province of Quebec is full of surprises. It is a colourful society where cultures mix and match. This is what makes our province so rich. It also makes photographers happy! Anne Maly and Elias helped add to our cultural baggage by giving us a specific role on their big day. She, Cambodian, was hoping to integrate her culture into the ceremony but also wanted a traditional wedding. The day began when the wedding procession […]

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