serving Muskoka, Toronto & worldwide
When you’re committing to your partner, your best friend, the person you’re going to spend the rest of your life with - you should do that in a way that represents who you two truly are.
Every single person deserves to have their love documented in a way that is authentically them, regardless of gender, sexuality, race or ethnicity.
I'm an elopement + intimate wedding photographer based in Prince Edward County, Ontario.
I believe life is too short to live it without being authentically yourself, and doing whatever the hell you want! This is why I encourage every person who steps in front of my camera to explore an experience that embraces who you are, so I can document you as your truest self. Whether it’s an elopement, a wedding day, a family session, or a couples session.
I also believe a connection between us is essential to creating this safe space for you. I'd love to get to know you both better, but I'll make it easier and go first!
Hi, I'm Amy!
your newest third wheel
I firmly believe that hate does not belong in the world of weddings, and that every single person deserves to have their wedding documented exactly as they are. While working with me, I promise you will be fully accepted, supported and lovingly embraced for who you authentically are.
no matter what you look like, or who you love - all are welcome here.
I BELIEVE LGBTQ+, BIPOC, AND TRANS LIVES MATTER.
The definition of intimate is to have a very private, or closely personal event. You mix that with the definition of a wedding - which is a marriage ceremony, and the associated celebrations.
Putting those two ideas together, you get an Intimate wedding. Which are a beautiful and intentional celebration - with your nearest and dearest loved ones, giving you a stress-free experience, and space to spend quality time with those you love.
Eloping has evolved as a term, and has given couples permission to plan a stress-free wedding day that is authentically them and ditch societal pressures or wedding traditions that don't suit them as a couple.
I personally define an elopement as a way to have an intimate, intentional and entirely unique celebration of your marriage - where you can do whatever the hell you want, and just enjoy each other's company.