I never actually planned on becoming a wedding photographer. I went to Vancouver Film School back in 2004 to study film production. Upon graduating I moved to Edmonton and worked as a stage hand, pushing boxes/building stages for a variety of shows: everything from Nine Inch Nails to Beyoncé. I then landed a job gripping for Lions Gate Films. I was essentially a hammer: fetching gear, rigging, shaping light. I had no creative input whatsoever during this time but I did get to work with some fantastic people and see how sets could be lit. On that show, despite my best intentions, I fell in love with an amazing woman working in costumes. Every morning we'd drive to set together, drink coffee and talk movies. Long story short, we moved to Red Deer for her new career. The only problem was, Red Deer didn't have much film or stage work. I got into wedding photography because I loved cinematography and I just wanted to keep working in that field. I didn't expect how much I'd love it and since have worked to refine a modern cinematic alternative to traditional wedding photography.
2017 | 2018
I am based out of Canmore, Alberta, Canada in the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains, close to Banff, Lake Louise, Emerald Lake and Calgary.
I am currently booking weddings in the Rocky Mountains until October 15th, 2017, then again in 2018 May 1st - October 31st.
The rest of the time (winters), I will be offering my services on Vancouver Island.
Kingdom Come Photography Co
901 Mountain Street