Crispin & Priscilla Cannon are a husband and wife Whistler wedding photography team who’s creativity, vibe, and connection are amazing. They are some of the kindest people you will meet, they are always present with whoever they are with, and they have a really cool way of helping bride’s and groom’s feel comfortable and relaxed in front of a camera. This goes a long way in getting the shot! Check out my interview with them to learn more!
Over the last decade the first look photo has become a common item on the shot list of many Whistler wedding photographers. The first look is right for some people and not so right for others. With that in mind, I’ve reached out to some of my favourite Whistler wedding photographers to get their feedback on the first look. They each shared a few photos and here’s what they had to say. Enjoy!
We recently caught up Whistler wedding DJ Pete Cronin of Coast Mountain DJ’s to ask him a few questions about music, what makes a good wedding DJ, and why you should think about getting married in Whistler. We love working with Pete and he comes to you highly recommended by many in the Whistler wedding community.
Wedding videography used to be pretty tacky, poorly done, and generally a bit annoying to have someone running around with a huge camera getting in the way. In recent years, all of that has changed, and the world of wedding videography has exploded onto the scene as a must have for wedding celebrations.
Leah Martin of Leah Kathryn Photography is a Whistler wedding photographer and longtime Whistler local. She is a very talented wedding photographer with a creative approach to photography and she has that easy-going Whistler vibe that makes Whistler wedding photographers so much fun to work with. Check out my interview with her along with some photos, a review, and links to her website and social channels.