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Out on a High Note! Tenth and Best Ladies Out Laughing

For ten years and dynamic group of women have been using laughter to raise money for several charities in Oakville.  The organising committee decided that this would be the final year for the event, and wanted to go out with a bang, and boy did they accomplish that!  With a night full of friendship and…

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Kids Photography Workshop Gets Great Reviews

“This was beyond my expectations.  I would love there to be another class” – Workshop Participant This past March Break saw the inaugural session of the “Kids With Cameras” workshop.  Thankfully, the snowstorm the day before didn’t hamper things (I was a little worried!) and everyone showed up ready to learn and experiment.  We covered…

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Power of 10 – Celebration at Lighthouse

This past October, I had the pleasure of both participating in and photographing the inaugural occasion of a fundraising event like no other –  Power of 10. Its goal was to raise money for The Lighthouse Programme for Grieving Children.  It was such a success that there will be a second iteration of the event…

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Five Tips for Being “in” Your Moment

Are you getting ready for a family vacation in the upcoming March Break? Are you thinking about all the wonderful photos you want to take of your kiddies in the sand or snow? Or at the amazing landmarks that you will visit? Is there the slightest chance that you might be so wrapped up in…

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Snap your Walls – Everyday Prints

I’ve been talking a lot recently about the importance of printing photos. There are two primary drivers behind this “campaign” – enjoyment and loss protection.   Why do we take photos? – to celebrate an event, a moment, a smile, a stage; and to hold on to that memory for our future selves and the generations…

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