I’m Jennifer. You’re probably here because either I’ve given you a card that told you to come here to find some photos of you or of an event…. or somehow you’re awesome and found my page randomly. Either way, thanks for stopping by!

I should first and foremost state that I would not qualify myself as a professional photographer, but I’m working my way up to it! I have been an avid amateur photographer for many years, as I prefer to be behind the camera instead of in front of it. I have been only recently practicing my editing skills, and I hope one day I’ll see the progression of my photos become even better.

I shoot with a Canon T3; 18-55 mm lens, and my latest addition: 55mm-250mm lens. I edit in Lightroom 6 and Photoshop CS6

About me in a nutshell: Capricorn. Interior Designer business entrepreneur (day job). Located in Ottawa, Ontario. Fair-trade, organic, whole foods. Yogie, Astrologist and tarot reading obsessed. A gamer, mutli-media artist, cosplayer and overall geek. I have way too many hobbies for my own good. Love to bake, write stories, and draw. I am married to my husband David, and have two handsome cats… Gandalf (the grey) and Ser Pounce.

Want to contact me? Here’s how you can do it! I’m pretty good about responding quickly. If I saw you at a con and you’re waiting for your photo, just hit me up about who you were and maybe what day just in case, so I can send you your photo as soon as it’s done! 🙂


One thought on “Hello!

  1. Hey Jen it was really nice to meet you thank you for taking my pic at fan expo I was winter soldier and probably the last one at the end of the day.


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