Small wedding at Rebagliati park and Spruce Grove Field House.

As a Whistler photographer, it is always a treat when you get to photograph local couple. Most of the weddings in Whistler are destination weddings so seeing the couple before the wedding is not always possible. When I was approached by Adam, I was thrilled. I don’t get to talk to clients while racing bikes and hanging out at apres later sharing the stories from everyday life while drinking your favourite beverages at the same time. Kari and Adam are both avid bikers and that’s something we have in common. My partner Steve races in the same category as Adam and they switch their spots on podium each week. It is healthy rivalry followed by beer and laughter after the race. Knowing the couple is crucial in wedding photography. If I can give one advice to any wedding couple it would be meeting or at least phone call with your photographer. It always surprises me how many couples rather stick to emails while investing into memories on their wedding day! At the end, each photographer will deliver the photos, but can you feel relaxed and at ease when you are around them? Beside your wedding planner, photographer will spent most time with you during the wedding documenting intimate moments during the day. He or she is the person who is always close to you on wedding day, who is there to answer your questions when things are running late or if something needs to be address right away.
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Wedding photos at Rebagliati park, Whistler.
Wedding ceremony at Spruce Grove Field House, Whistler.
Wedding at Rebagliati park, Whistler.
Wedding at Rebagliati park, Whistler.
Wedding couple with bikes, Whistler.