“We are OBSESSED!!!! It is beyond anything we ever imagine it could have been. We watched the cinematic film about 10 times and with both our families. Everyone was in tears. It is absolutely perfect in every way. Thank you SOOOO much!” This is pretty much exactly what I hope to hear each time I
In the lead up to their wedding this August, Melanie and Justin wanted to make a little teaser video to surprise their guests when they went to RSVP. So they came to Tofino and made a mini vacation out of it. Here is the result!!
Here is some really interesting Gray Whale footage I shot, which became my entry into the 2018 Tofino Guerilla Film Contest.
April & Joe didn’t tell a soul when they ran off to elope at Ucluelet’s Black Rock Oceanfront Resort, not even their parents! They didn’t have anything to hide, they just wanted to make the announcement by way of this video!
Dave & Ella were married on the beach at Middle Beach Lodge in Tofino, B.C. before being whisked away by helicopter by Atleo Air for a mountaintop getaway and photoshoot. Meanwhile, their guests enjoyed cocktail hour overlooking Tofino’s harbour on the patio of the Shore building, where Dave & Ella also hosted their reception dinner.
Sarah & Josh were married at Ucluelet’s Black Rock Oceanfront Resort, with their family & friends on one side, and the roaring Pacific on the other.
Dunja & Paul were married overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Ucluelet’s Black Rock OceanFront Resort. Their ceremony was followed by a warm, intimate reception dinner in the resort’s Wine Cellar, which is carved into the headland, where you can hear the constant roar of the surf against the rocks.
Kayli & Marek were married in the cove at Cox Bay in Tofino, B.C. and held their reception at Nature’s Edge, overlooking the Tofino Inlet. This is also where Kayli and her bridal party got ready, while the boys bathed and dressed over at Tofino Treehouse. Kayli’s flowers were from Crabapple Floral and the whole
This film is the result of a project I did with Strawberry Isle Marine Research Society, a local not for profit that does marine research as well as education programs for youth. The Tla-aas Youth Stewardship program is their newest project aimed at engaging youth with science, culture and ecology. I won’t say too much,
Not everyone thinks to visit Tofino in November, especially not for a wedding. It can be dark and stormy, rainy and cold. But, it’s also the best time of year to really experience the rugged energy of the wild west coast. Many people prefer Tofino in the winter, some say Tofino’s storms are what makes