My name is Jenny, but everyone calls me Jenn for short. I’m 39 years old, a self-taught photographer, avid DIY’er, Home Sense addict and proud wifie + momma of two beautiful girls. I call our farm in the hills of Warkworth, Ontario my home, but I’m on the road quite often. 7 years ago, my hubby and I decided life was short and so we purchased a travel trailer! We dove into the adventures of traveling around Canada, loving our summers to the fullest and sharing amazing experiences with our girls. We have the unique pleasure of getting work done and playing at the same time.... needless to say it’s been an incredible journey!


I’m quite down to earth and sarcastic. I love random chats about life, traveling and creating art. When we meet, I can promise you 2 things - we will share some laughs as well as create beautiful photo memories together!

Fun Facts About Me

> I love to listen to a good book while I'm editing a photo session
> My first real camera was a fully manual Pentax K1000 (35mm film camera)
> My first job was in a photo lab - pre-digital times lol
> I'm addicted to Kawartha Dairy ice cream, specifically Salted Carmel - YUMM!
> I think muscle cars are pretty cool - would love to own one some day
> I really love animals, so your fur babes are always welcome at your shoot with me!
> Maintaining my heath and fitness is important to me.
> I love the outdoors

My family is my source of love, laughter and life! They bring joy to every day with their quirks and adorable personalities. I'm blessed to do this journey called "life" together - these are the people who make me a part of something bigger than myself and the reason I get to work my dream job!

Meet My Family - this is us

Images from our most Recent family Adventure

> Banff, Alberta to Kelowna, B.C., Canada

> A foggy view of Emerald Lake

> Driving through the Rockies

> Cold shores of the Bow River, Banff

> Johnson Canyon walk

“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.”