Karen McKinnon is a photographer based in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. She has been honored with a plethora of photography and community awards, however, it is the experience she shares with her clients that she is most proud of. When you hire Karen, you are getting more than photography, she will take care of you like you are family. She is known for her innate ability to connect with people, her kindness, and her timeless and honest photography. She has been capturing weddings, portraits and creating commercial images in the Comox Valley for over 16 years.

If you need beautiful photography and are looking for excellent customer care, please contact us to discuss the magic that can be created.

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Hornby Island weddings are always a favorite for me. The couples who choose to get married there...

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Amy & Jeff a wedding on the bluffs - Hornby Island Wedding

Hornby Island weddings are always a favorite for me. The couples who choose to get married there are always very passionate about place and connecting their wedding memories to a place that has deep meaning. Hornby Island, offers some of the most stunning vistas on Vancouver Island for dramatic...

The first one was so successful we are doing it again! Time to freshen up your professional...

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Head Shot Day June 25 - Freshen up your professional image with this great deal!

The first one was so successful we are doing it again! Time to freshen up your professional image. June 25 2019 $150.00  BOOK HERE Includes: Up to 20 minute session in friendly studio environment Email with clothing suggestions Direction and posing Your two favourite images files,...

When I first talked on the phone with Craig about his wedding, he had me crushing on photographing...

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Craig & Caroline, my kind of love - Qualicum Wedding Photographer

When I first talked on the phone with Craig about his wedding, he had me crushing on photographing their wedding within no time. It was the way he talked about Caroline, and how they wanted to celebrate their good fortune of finding each other with close friends and family. When I finally met...

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