To my clients, I am more than “just a photographer”, I am their friend and someone they trust when they need help. I've been told I go above and beyond my job as a photographer (as quoted from my past bride, Maddy)!
A few months ago, I reached out to my “Canadians of London” Facebook group that I’m a part of asking those interested in a London England portrait session to please email me. I would be in London during October 4th or 12th for vacation. However, I could only choose one couple because of the short time frame I would have. Alex emailed me with a very detailed story about him and his wife, Ana. Alex comes from Alberta and Ana comes from Brazil. They both met while living in Brazil, they married in Alberta, and now they live in London together! I am so glad I chose them to be the ones to photograph!
We met each other in front of London’s City Hall, which is located beside Tower Bridge, at 7:30 in the morning. We chose to do a morning session because it would be golden hour with beautiful morning glow as well as less tourists would be hanging around. However, it was an overcast morning and it was busy with rush-hour (duh)! We proceeded with portraits in front of Tower Bridge, walked along the River Thames to Hay’s Galleria for more portraits. After, we proceeded to Millennium Bridge (those who are Harry Potter fans will know this as the bridge the Death Eaters destroyed in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince). We finished the portrait session at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
As I got to know more about Alex and Ana during their portrait session, I learned that they love to dance the Tango as a hobby! They offered to show me some dance poses and I fell in love! They made my job so easy during this portrait session and I am so glad to have worked with them! Enjoy Alex and Ana’s London England portrait session below!
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