At the beginning of March, I collaborated with some of my favourite people on this photo shoot which we loosely themed after Breakfast at Tiffany’s (sneak peek here). In the off-season I love to keep the creative juices flowing by working together on projects like this one and goodness knows, I’m a sucker for all things vintage. Our gorgeous models were real couple, Michelle and Luke and they were hot, hot, hot. We shot at the very grande, Teatro Ristorante on Stephen Avenue. Teatro is an amazing venue for a wedding so do check them out. Michelle’s updo was styled by the always-fabulous Tara Watts of Hue Hair Salon & Eco Boutiq. Michelle’s make-up, including those red lips, was courtesy of Shea Brown, also of Hue Hair Salon & Eco Boutiq.< Tara and Shea are both creative visionaries, so if you're looking for hair and make-up artists for your wedding, give them a call. As I mentioned earlier, I'm a vintage-crazed nut and Cat’s Eye Vintage is one of my favourite hangouts. I really hit the jackpot with this original, 1960's cocktail dress, worn by Michelle in this shoot. This treasure will remain in my closet - lucky me. Thanks to all.
I just spent an incredible afternoon with Michelle and Luke and couldn’t wait to post a few photos. They were sizzling! Stay tuned….
Back in August, I traveled to Paris with my friend Colleen. If you’re a regular follower of my blog, you may remember the photo shoot I did with Sara and Mike, who were on their honeymoon in Paris. Well I also did a photo shoot for my friend Colleen. She never lets me do photo shoots of her but for Paris, she made an exception. Enjoy and don’t forget the slide show at the end!