Kids

  • Sadofsky Family Shoot, Thornhill

  • One of my biggest challenges—as a photographer who likes to shoot in beautiful parks—is that parks are much, much more interesting than the crazy lady with the giant scary camera. Thankfully, though, these boys brought along their own amazing bubble blowing machines and Timbits, and I brought the ro[...]
  • Kronenberg Family Photoshoot, Thornhill

  • What adorable little hams, these three redheads! I was lucky enough to get to shoot the Kronenberg trio at one of my favorite parks when they were in town from New York visiting family. We had very important discussions about television, road trips, superheros, and of course, losing teeth. [...]
  • Yunger Family Photoshoot, Toronto

  • This shoot was such a pleasant surprise. Because little baby Eliana was only two weeks old, I was expecting to have her sound asleep through her entire shoot. Instead, she was wide awake while I wrapped her in cheesecloth and put her in hat boxes. She didn't cry a single time! And then her adorable [...]
  • Moss Family Shoot, Thornhill

  • When Adina told me that she was coming in from Atlanta to visit, the first thing I said was, “We are doing a photoshoot, right?” I wanted a chance at those adorable Moss kids—and I took it! The cool fall-like weather (read: freezing) worked in our favor, surprisingly. And the bubbles and M&Ms ce[...]
  • Martell Family Photosession, Vaughan

  • I had so much fun during this shoot with my kiddos—who are clearly total hams for the camera. We were fighting the rain and the sun for a lot of the morning, but the covered porch we found, and some jokes about iCarly, totally saved the day.
  • Greenspoon Family Shoot, Toronto

  • There’s nothing I enjoy shooting more than several generations at one time—doting grandparents, proud parents, and sweet, sweet grandchildren. The Greenspoon family is big, sure, but they were up for just about anything, even a park shoot at 10am in 100-degree weather. It was such a great shoot that[...]
  • Spohr Family Photoshoot, Laguna Niguel, California

  • When my lovely friend Heather Spohr asked if I'd be willing to bring my camera equipment with me when I flew to California for the Mom 2.0 conference in May, I didn't hesitate for a single second. For Heather, I'd haul it much farther than California. While it was still cold and icky back in Toronto[...]