Hands down my favourite frame from an afternoon with my Czech housemates, Martin & Barbora, last week at Spray Lakes, Kananaskis. #alovewild
Living in a house with 8 people is something I've never done and never thought I'd do, but I'm so lucky to have moved in with the most incredible housemates from all over the world. ⠀ ⠀ Here are Sophia & Phil, the two most adorable Germans you will ever meet (plus an exorbitant amount of snow thrown by Martin, always happy to help 😂) ❤ P.S. I'd love to shoot more couples, friends, and even you and your pet while I'm here in Canmore. Message me with your email address, let's create some beautiful memories together!
Thought I’d take this moment to say thanks to those who’ve stuck around and watched me grow as a person & creative. My style has definitely changed over the years. Most of what I share here and on my blog is not something I get paid for, but my personal work is an important part of improving & experimenting and it means a lot to me that many of you have been part of that journey.⠀ -⠀ For my newer friends, hello and thanks for joining me! Here are some facts so you can get to know me better: 1) I’m Filipino-born, moving first to NZ & then to AUS, where I lived for 17 years until now. 2) Now I live in the Canadian Rockies with my partner of almost 6 years, Martin (he is Australian-born Czech). 3) I’m quite petite, and as much as I want to say I’m 5 ft., I’m actually only 4’11” (152cm) 😬 4) Apart from being a photographer, I am also a yoga teacher (@yogawithcamille) and amateur boulderer (that’s rock-climbing without the rope). 5) English was my second language until I moved to NZ at the age of 6, before that I hated it! Feel free to tell me something about yourself, I’d love to get to know you. ☺️⠀ - ⠀ Little me and some major Vancouver flurries captured by @meganleevoigt, edited by me 🌨
Happy Spring Equinox to my fellow residents of the northern hemisphere. Here's to some great adventures ahead 🌞 Taken just after my cousin Julien (pictured) sank waist-deep into the ice, and right before I got to witness him doing it a second time 😂
If it looks like a tropical Australian rainforest, that's because it is 🌴 One from last year with Wei & Oscar, in Mt. Tamborine, Queensland. I'm currently looking for adventurous, nature-loving couples in Canmore, Banff & the Bow Valley to photograph against the backdrop of the Canadian Rockies as the warmer months roll in. Tag your friends and help me make this happen—or email me to book a session: firstname.lastname@example.org. 🇨🇦