"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever...It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything."
- Aaron Siskind


Mexico Portrait Photography // Lover’s Beach // Steph & Matt

Posted on July 15th, by Janice Yi in Destination work, Document Love. No Comments

Two days after Stephanie & Matt tied the knot in sunny Cabo San Lucas, we went to Lover’s Beach (Playa del Amor) for a portrait session. Lover’s Beach is at the tip of the cape of Cabo San Lucas, where the sea of Cortez and the Pacific ocean meet and is surrounded by towering rock formations. I guess you could call this session “Trash the Dress”, except it wasn’t really. Just us hanging out, and playing tag with the ocean waves. Well, sort of. Don’t try this one at home kids! The waves and ocean current along the Pacific side … See the full story


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San Francisco Engagement Photography // Ilana & Josh

Posted on July 6th, by Janice Yi in Destination work, Document Love. No Comments

Ilana and I used to work together :) As I write this, it’s starting to sound really familiar. I have photographed a lot of people who I used to work with, I think that just goes to say that I worked with a lot of great people.

Back to Ilana and Josh. They moved to San Francisco at the end of last year and decided to get married. Ilana heard I was traveling to California in May so she got in touch about a photo session, and of course I was thrilled about shooting in San Fran.

We decided to … See the full story


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Destination Wedding Photography Mexico // Stephanie & Matt

Posted on June 23rd, by Janice Yi in Destination work, Wedding Portfolio, Wedding Stories. 1 Comment

Stephanie & Matt got married on a beautiful day in sunny Cabo San Lucas, Mexico while spring was still struggling with Toronto. Surrounded by their nearest and dearest, it was a most relaxed and lovely wedding day. I’ve said this before, but small weddings are always more dear to my heart. Not that I think there’s anything wrong with big weddings, but when you are planning something so big, sometimes it’s easy for the wedding to get “out of scope” to speak in project management terms. You start to worry about every single little detail, and lose sight of the … See the full story


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