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Ok, so maybe winter is almost over. Maybe as of today it’s pretty much over. Who cares ’cause winter in Ontario is awesome, puppies are fun, and this couple’s snowy engagement session was a treat to shoot in my back yard. I’m so looking forward to their weekend long wedding in Sudbury at the end of October. Hopefully…maybe…there will be a little less snow…?

Cheers to you, dear Michelle and Frank. You were true troopers. Your dogs were a riot and both J and I enjoyed our afternoon together.

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So, I was interviewed last week about Birth Photography by John Downs (Friendly Fire) of TALK1010 in Toronto. He caught the recent CBC.ca article in which myself and a couple of my Birth Photography clients were featured. Two very different mediums and two very different stories. It was an exciting week to say the least. I hope you enjoy! Would love to hear your thoughts…

CLICK HERE: Birth Photography Interview Toronto

Thank you so much to my family, friends, and clients for the ongoing support. The little journey is getting pretty thrilling!

Ontario Birth Photographers

Muskoka Ontario Birth Photographers

Muskoka Ontario Birth Photographers

Muskoka Ontario Birth Photographers

Muskoka Ontario Birth Photographers

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Toronto Wedding Photojournalist

Janette and Brennan were married at Archeo, in the historic Distillery District. It was quite a day and my absolute honour to photograph it. From their first look, to all of Janette’s unique library themed wedding details it was a spectacular afternoon. If you follow this blog you’ll recognize these two and be familiar with our story. Thank you Janette and Brennan for including me. xoxox.

Toronto Weddings at Archeo

Toronto Weddings at Archeo

Toronto Weddings at Archeo

Toronto Wedding Photographer

Toronto Weddings at Archeo

Toronto Weddings at Archeo

Toronto Weddings at Archeo

Toronto Weddings at Archeo

Toronto Wedding Photographer

Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Toronto Wedding Photojournalist

Toronto Wedding Photojournalist

Distillery District Weddings in Toronto

Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Archeo Restaurant Wedding Photos

Toronto Wedding Photojournalist

Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Toronto Wedding Photojournalist

Toronto Wedding Photojournalist

Toronto Wedding Photojournalist

Distillery District Weddings in Toronto

Distillery District Weddings in Toronto

Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Craig Cardiff Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Craig Cardiff Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Craig Cardiff Archeo Wedding Photos Toronto

Archeo Restaurant Wedding Photos

Archeo Restaurant Wedding Photos

I just had a baby and I can’t wait to shoot more of them! I’m kind of addicted. To celebrate this new life of mine I’m offering Belly. Birth. Baby . Photography Sessions at 50% off until the end of the month. We don’t have to shoot before then, you just have to book before then.

Contact me here; katehoodinc@gmail.com, http://www.katehood.com, 705.493.7350, FB Fanpage

Belly. Birth. Baby. Sessions

$250.00 plus HST

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