It feels a bit unreal to say this... but I've been photographing weddings for over a decade! Of all the changes life threw at me during those years, wedding photography seemed to stick. It's an interesting career that I stumbled into after graduating from NSCAD. Most of the work I created while attending NSCAD focused on the intricacies of human connection and is definitely what draws me to wedding and portrait photography today.

It's nice to meet you!

Halifax Photographer

Hi, I'm Rachael

FOGGY DAYS • SISTER HANGOUTS • Summer visits to PEI • VOICEMAILS FROM GRAN • BONFIRES • ALONE TIME • LIVE MUSIC • BEACH DAYS

Some of my favourite things in life so far:

I'm fairly introverted and am often described as quiet, thoughtful, quirky and to the point. Introversion aside, I have always enjoyed the way photography brings new people into my life. I live a quiet life near the ocean with my partner and my dog, Molly. When I’m not working I can likely be found on a beach or trail with Molly, or in the kitchen, trying a new recipe.

I strive to create an organized, helpful and professional experience for everyone while keeping things personal, fun and relaxed.

Professional

I encourage you to be your true self. Meeting with clients for coffee, drinks or dinner helps tremendously to build a relationship along the way.

Intuitive

Maybe you love the camera, maybe you hate it. Either way, my gentle, easy-going approach prioritizes your comfort throughout the process so we get the best results.

Personal

my approach

You’re meant to live the experience, not get distracted by photos and poses. That’s why I take a low-key, fun, relaxed approach. I am most comfortable and creative when I’m photographing people fully enjoying their day.

Fun & Relaxed

Your photos should carry the same magic whether you look at them today or 10 years from now. I avoid using trendy presets without correct colour balances or skin tones to create images with longevity and authenticity.

Timeless

Photographs that look the way a moment felt.

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