Hey there! My name is Renee and I am a professional natural light, outdoor photographer servicing the lower mainland area in British Columbia. I specialize in family photography including maternity and newborns.
I fell in love with photography when I took my first class in grade 11, and haven’t looked back since. I have taken a few courses since then but it has been a lot of hands on experience, teaching myself skills and learning from others in the photography community. I have grown so much since that first class and am continually growing everyday in this art. I love capturing special moments in time for people and seeing the smile on their face when they see the finished product that they can proudly display in their home.
Here are a few quirky things about me so perhaps it won’t be as nerve wracking or intimidating knowing that I am just a girl, with big dreams, a big heart and am a kid at heart!
- I love milk. Anyone who knows me at all, knows this. And yes, of course chocolate milk is better than regular milk!
- I can touch my nose with my tongue–yes, I am that talented.
- Everywhere I go, I see pictures I want to take, mentally, even while I’m driving… I think they’ve finally made something for people like me, Google Glass! I can drive and take pictures with my eyes, seems like a win win!
- I love Disneyland. I went there in 2009 with 3 girl friends and said I’d go back when I had kids but hey, 5 years later and I want to visit again! But, next time I want to see Disney World instead, especially Harry Potterland. That place looks like my kinda place.
- Obviously, I love the Harry Potter series.
- I like to cook and bake. I tend to get tired of the same ol thing, even if that is a recipe I’ve made twice and loved. I like to switch it up– thank you for Pinterest for bringing so many good recipes to one place!
- I am a kid at heart. I still like to build forts, play California kickball and tease my younger brothers. It’s all love though! :)
- When I first became interested in photography, my dream job was to photograph for National Geographic.