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Yay! It's Almost Christmas! | Lower Mainland Boudoir Photographer | Lower Mainland Wedding Photographer


I thought I'd pop in here to say hey to everyone, it has been a while and because I'm really shy sometimes I don't post. 

So, let me give you a bit of an update...

It's almost Christmas! As one of my clients just said to me, "WHERE DID THE TIME GO?"

I have so much new work that I'm really, really excited to share. A few winter weddings, still some weddings from the summer, and lots of boudoir work. Lots of really awesome boudoir work that I'm super excited about.  And I've had a string of clients over the last few weeks that have approved me to share. Wheeee! So you'll be seeing a lot more boudoir photos coming to my blog, my insta, and twitter. I don't post too much boudoir on Facebook because I've heard it's really easy to land yourself in "Facebook Jail" so, yeah, usually I just stick to wedding photography on Facebook.

Back to Christmas, we're keeping it pretty low-key this year, and we're staying at home. Home is where the heart is, right? We'll be going to dinner at Alex's aunt's (shout out to Nancy who at Thanksgiving made maybe the best Thanksgiving dinner I've ever had!) and my plan is to sleep, like, all day. Those who know me, know that I usually skip on events or anything fun because I'm working, and it's rare that a day goes by that I don't get pulled into some kind of work, so Christmas day, probs gonna turn off the phone and the laptop. Unplug, you know?

What beats a good Christmas day with bailey's and coffee at breakfast, wine at lunch, and a food coma at dinner? And so many treats. It's Christmas, I can justify all the treats I want!

Anyway, I hope you all have a super wonderful holiday, with good friends, food, and family, and hopefully a holiday fire or at least the channel with the fire and the guy that comes and puts a log on every once in a while.

Stay warm, and enjoy the coming of longer days ahead. There is so much more daylight in store for us, friends!

(oh, and, this photo was taken at a church in Greece in my father's hometown, and his father, my Grandfather, helped to build this particular church).

JOY to you all! <3