Sunday, March 30, 2008

Maria & Nima - UBC Golf Club

Despite the snow, rain and cold, Maria and Nima still had an amazing wedding... Congratulations you two!

poor Maria was so cold.. but it was worth it :)

Videographer: Laura Ann Cinema
Dancers: Grupo America
Make-up: Rebecca Lee 604-722-8630
DJ: Sana Goldan 604-323-4999
Harpist: Josephine Lee 604-773-5510

Monday, March 17, 2008

Noa & Andrew

About 15 minutes into the session it started to pour.. thanks so much for being troopers!

Check back later this spring for the wedding!!.. I can't wait!

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Ai & Phil

These two are such a sweet couple and Ai has the most infectious laugh.. I had a blast!

Wednesday, March 12, 2008


My talented friend Hollie from Frozen Moment Photography took some great photos of Jin and I the other day.. We've been doing sessions for each other the past year or so and it's always fun to be on the other side of the camera!

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Surina & Sam

We hit Chinatown for Surina and Sam's engagement session to honour Surina's heritage, and just to go somewhere a little different..

Wednesday, March 5, 2008


When we got Dekker we promised ourselves two things.. We would never dress him up in doggy clothes and we would never brush his teeth.. So after a visit to the vet this week who pointed out some plaque on his teeth, we found ourselves on the living room floor trying to wrestle a mini toothbrush into his mouth while he tried to lick the chicken flavoured toothpaste off his lips and squirm away from us.. lol, it was quite the scene! I think we maybe managed to get two teeth brushed and then we swore off the process.

The next day we discovered there were instructions that came with the toothbrush explaining that it should be a fun experience for him and it can take up to two weeks to actually get the toothbrush into his mouth... oops! We might take another shot at it but for now have decided to instead feed him special dog food that supposedly cleans his teeth as he eats it...

Monday, March 3, 2008

The 100 Mile Diet

I read this great book while I was in Asia, called "100 Mile Diet" which I really really recommend.. Nothing to do with dieting, it's the one-year diary of a Vancouver couple who vow to only eat food that is from within 100 miles of their home... It's funny and interesting, and it really makes you think about how much of a 'carbon footprint' that we leave, and especially by eating food that is imported... We've always been good about recycling, not using too much energy, etc, but this really gave me a good push to do more. anyways I won't get too much into it but it's definately a great read!