Wedding Day Photography at Palais Royale, Toronto (Ryan Bolton)

Paradise Found: Beautiful Floral Art Deco Wedding at Palais Royale

Wedding photography Toronto at Palais Royale 2019. Some days just have it, and so was the case with Caroline + Vince's sunshine-filled wedding day at Palais Royale in Toronto. Like usual, I'll let the photographs do most of the talking. BUT these two, Vince and Caroline, are ThunderCats, professionally and personally. And, they're gorgeous. Quick shoutout to Becca Lemire on second camera and assisting this one, shoutout to Palais Royale, shoutout to Caroline + Vince, and shoutout to knockout wedding days like this one. Take your time and really indulge in the outta-this-world beauty of this wedding day.

Dreamy DIY Vibes for Summery Algonquin Island Wedding

I've been waiting for a Toronto Island wedding for some time now. I was to capture an island wedding two years ago, but we were flooded out. But this time was game time at Algonquin Island Association's beautiful/hidden wedding paradise with Erica + Colin. Anytime you take a tiki water taxi to a wedding, you…

WE Day California: Behind the Scenes Photos with Selena Gomez, Chance the Rapper, Natalie Portman, Lilly Singh, and 18,000 Youth

Tonight's a special one. Back in late April, I travelled to Los Angeles for the second time in the same month, for one of the coolest experiences I've had. I got to shoot behind-the-scenes, all-access at one of the biggest WE Days to date in the City of Angels. Star-studded only begins to capture this…

Wedding Bliss at Broadview Hotel with Upscale Touches

I get excited every time a Bride mentions Broadview Hotel for her wedding. It's a special place (sure, yes, it once was Jilly's, the "iconic" strip club), but wow has it had a transformation. Every time I'm in its halls, every touch is just right in this upscale boutique hotel. I first met Ailey +…

Quick Tease: Wedding Day Magic at the Elora Mill with Lindsay + Alex

What a beautiful wedding with my old high school bud, Lindsay, and her amazing husband, Alex. They got married at the unbelievable Elora Mill, which has been newly renovated. Elora is quite seriously where I say I'm going to retire one day. I can't get over how awesome every detail was behind this wedding. And…

Photographing the Inca Trail: 4 Days. 2 Summits over 13,000 Feet. Some Fog & a Wonder of the New World

I just remember nodding aggressively when Rebecca and Cliff at Intrepid floated the idea: photographing the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. I had no idea what was in store, how far we would be hiking in thin air, or the Peruvian weather in March. Didn't matter. I was going to photograph Machu Picchu, something I've…

JUNO AWARDS 2019: Behind the Scenes Photos on the Red Carpet + Show

Third time's the charm photographing the JUNO Awards. I pine for this opportunity to be an official JUNOs photographer, capturing not just the awards show, but the full weekend of events from the JUNO Express Train to the JUNO Fest shows every night. This year in London, ON was such a party. Sarah Mclachlan hosted,…

Greg + Kiran’s Big Indian + Catholic Downtown Toronto Wedding

This was easily one of the coolest weddings we've ever captured. Greg comes from a big Italian-Catholic family. Kiran comes from a lovely Indian family. Both of their families like weddings. So... you get this awesome mash-up of wedding traditions with awesome people. It should be noted this is only one day of their wedding…

The Wedding of the Year: Casey + Karla’s Handmade Country Fairytale

Casey is like a little brother to me. The little brother that was always more naturally cool, and talented. When he and Karla, AN ACTUAL PRINCESS (LOOK IT UP), asked me and Kathryn to photograph their wedding day, we literally moved both our schedules around to make it work. Because, well, let me show you. This is all captured on Casey + Karla's property, all hand built by Casey and the buds. This is the real deal. So much love for you both and your wedding of the year.

Exploring Egypt: From the Pyramids of Giza to Floating Down the Nile on a Felucca

I've truly traveled the world as a photographer for Intrepid Travel now, from Sri Lanka to Iceland to Morocco to South Africa to Thailand and Vietnam, from Across America and now to Egypt. But this one was different. We were working on capturing the essence of Egypt, how tourism left the country almost overnight during the Arab Spring back in 2011. From sleeping at a homestay to floating down the Nile on our trusty felucca to seeing the Great Pyramids to exploring the ruins of Luxor's ancient temples, this was an epic one.