July 9, 2012

Vancouver Wedding Photographer // Anj & Jules

About half the weddings we book are with couples who we've never met in person before up until the wedding day. This leaves plenty of room for surprises when we finally do meet.

June 1, 2012

Vancouver Wedding Photographer // Jessica & Alvin

Preview from a Jessica and Alvin's wedding in Vancouver.

May 25, 2012

Lauren & Stacey

Lauren and Stacey - two top ladies with a viciously refreshing sense of humour between them - are from Melbourne, Australia and flew a very long way to Vancouver to get married. And it wasn't just them: Both of their families, along with many friends, came as well. If you put this in perspective, it's difficult to find longer trips on earth to travel for a wedding.

April 11, 2012

Document You // Hahn & John

Hosting a forest wedding makes sense if you're into forests and nature. Or a mountain wedding. Or a beach wedding. Or a bingo-hall wedding (if bingo is your thing). If it makes sense and it fits, you could really have a wedding almost anywhere. As long as it's non-contrived.

April 2, 2012

Stanley Park Wedding // Sabrina & James

A few frames from Sabrina and James' Stanley Park wedding, on a sunny day outside of the Tea House restaurant in Vancouver.

March 13, 2012

Nordica Workshop // Erin

We've been focusing a lot on our two-on-one wedding photography workshops lately, the most recent one being with Seattle photographer Erin. A big 'thank you' to Stefanie and Christine, also Vancouver photographers, for bringing out your significant others for the photography sessions.

February 27, 2012

Sabrina & James

January 11, 2012

Vancouver Wedding // Karen & Cam

If you say you aren't weird, you're lying. Everyone is weird in their own way, and when you embrace the weirdness, life is that much more awesome. Weird is a good thing.

December 26, 2011

2011 – Year Two

2011 was the year we got to know who Nordica...

December 19, 2011

Document You // Stephanie & Walter

"Our vision is to make cancer treatments available to everyone across Canada, regardless of age and income." That is the statement you'll see when you read about Thrive Alive, a foundation that Stephanie and Walter started in 2009. Their passion in life is to make the lives of those effected by cancer more positive, and most of their focus in life is the betterment of others. Their story is very inspiring.