girl kisses her dad in edmonton family sessionIt’s that time of year!


If you’ve been wanting a session with us, this is our best sale EVER!

30% OFF any FAMILY SESSION from Full Day In The Life through to an hour with us in The Grain Shed Studio.

Book now for 2019.  You can pick a date now or wait until the new year to decide.

We’re all about showing you the beauty in your everyday.  In you and your people.

Documentary family sessions to keep those memories you treasure.  A day at the lake?  Exploring adventures in nature?

Ice cream at your favourite local dig?  All the little things about an average day at home?  The possibilities are as unique as you are.

Studio sessions to capture the honest beauty we all carry.  Unique portraits – pared down, made simple.


You can check out our

Family Session Portfolio & Pricing

as well as our

Studio Information & Pricing.


If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Thank you so much for being here and supporting us.  It means more to us than any of you know.

xx Aimee & Jenna

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    Last of fall, Fort Saskatchewan family session

    Have you heard about our new family sessions? A little bit of portraits and a whole lot of in between, authentic unscripted stuff.

    We truly believe it is the recipe for great family photos, where the beauty lies.

    Photos that you’ll love now and years from now.

    This is the Wride family that I was lucky enough to spend some time with in their home.

    The girls played hide and seek, snacked, wrestled with Dad and then we went leave collecting outside.

    To have your own family captured, send us an email to book.

    Jenna xx


    Find our family photo information and portfolio here.


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      In case of a Zombie Attack

      stony plain photographer takes zombie selfie


      In case of a fire, I have a plan to save my kids first and my hard drives second.

      I couldn’t fathom the thought of losing years of photos of my children.

      Perhaps this is also second on your third, or fourth on your list. But have you thought about in the case of a Zombie Attack?

      Have you thought about how to save your photos? Well here’s your plan:



      1.) Have your photos as many locations as possible –

      on a hard drive, the USB, prints (we recommend PIX PORTAL) and order yourself some photo books.

      We are happy to help with this.

      2.) Store these photos in a save accessible location. Label them with name and loved ones contact info.

      (you’ll see why later)

      3.) Build a surviving team. Get rid of weak links and be sure everyone knows the importance of the photos.



      4.) Bring your camera. These are real life zombies, we NEED to document this!

      5.) Place photos in backpack before hiding/leaving the house …You’ll be able to run faster and carry your weapon.

      (I’ve heard a Cross Bow is the best weapon in this situation, but a gardening tool will do too.)

      6.) If driving. First check the back seat. Then buckle up.



      7.) If you are attacked, discard photos in an open area in hopes that they will be found.

      Your grand babies are going to want to see them.

      8.) If all else fails, crank Thriller, by Micheal Jackson and join them.

      You should probably go do that now anyways.



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