As we navigate Covid-19 how we capture love  needs to look different than what we might have planned for.  However, there are still beautiful ways to express and document love. If you are  considering an elopement, or thinking about celebrating connection  with a portrait, I would love to talk to you and I can guide you through some options and scenarios, and together we can make plans that reflect the need for flexibility.

Remember, love isn’t cancelled  – Karen 

 

Voted Best Photographer in the Comox Valley for five years running.

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Seeing Grad 2020 - Limited Edition Sessions

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8May '20

Planning your wedding amid social distancing? - Vancouver Island Weddings

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A celebration for a Superhero amid Covid - Courtenay Photographer

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