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NEWBORN SESSION by Janet Pliszka

I photographed this big brother 4 years ago when he was as little as his baby brother.  What a treat to go back to capture their family again last month!   Chatting together, drinking tea, giving Neely their dog some great pets, and of course taking photos of all of their…

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PLAYDATE SESSIONS

We are very excited to announce our limited play-date sessions for the month of June!   It’s the perfect time of year to capture your little ones at and around home.   Warm weather, lots of light and fresh green everywhere.  A special set of memories just before summer.  Playing in the sandbox.  Imagination…

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5,000 miles for love

5,147 kilometres. That is the farthest distance traveled to meet this baby girl. This baby girl whose smile lit up the room. This little girl was hoped for, wished for, prayed for – and she finally came. A baby girl who inspired family to travel over 5000 miles to celebrate…

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Home – by Amy Brathwaite

Home. If we’re lucky a cozy, comfortable, safe space. And as the images roll in from the devastation in Nepal, where millions of people are now displaced, the concept of ‘home’ resonates again, if we let it.Sometimes it can feel like disasters happen ‘over there’, far away, disconnected from our…

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Just as you are – by Amy Brathwaite

I love it when people are comfortable enough to show themselves, just as they are. And it’s all those in-between moments of ‘setting the stage’ that each personality shines through. And this funny, sassy, and lovely family showed me each of theirs. I’m always drawn to the authentic moments, the…

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Hummingbird Music Therapy – with Nynne Collins

To know her, is to love her. Her hugs make you feel restored. Her voice is heavenly and she exudes warmth, light and love. And now she has branched out and created her own business – Hummingbird Music Therapy. With her formal qualifications as a Music Therapist, equipped with a…

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Still Barb – by Amy Brathwaite

Alzheimer’s is so cruel. It robs people of their words, their memories, their loved ones, their capacities. And as she retreats to her happy memories, it’s hardest on the family members who are left behind. Barb is retreating, so quickly. She is not old, it has not been long, but…

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laughter sounds a lot like love.

Last year, I reconnected with my friend after 7 years or so. You may have seen his face here. So you can imagine, I was delighted when he asked me to photograph his family while I was in Ontario in August. I’ve met his siblings before, and have always appreciated…

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