Kitchener Wedding Photography – Harald + Andy

As I straightened my collared shirt  I smiled about the fact I was wearing denim shorts to a client meeting. I was in Thailand and Andrea was in Norway. We were about to skype chat about her Kitchener Wedding Photography. While traveling these meetings were the only time I dug through my backpack for that shirt. And though it was a challenge running a business overseas, it was something I was glad to undertake.


Andy understood the travel bug. She had met Harold during a student exchange in Norway and had been living there ever since. She was putting a wedding together in her home town with the help of her Mom. I could tell over skype that everyone was excited. It wasn’t until a week before the big day that I met Andrea in person, and not until after the ceremony I officially said hello to Harald. Technology constantly blows me away. The ability to meet people from all over the world, and then to use that technology to organize such an important event is such a serious feat.


Guests had flown in from all across the globe which really speaks to the quality of friends Harold and Andy have. From Norway to Austrailia, Sweden to Guelph it was truly an international crowd. Traditions I had never seen before were scattered throughout the reception. It was fun to capture something different, to be a part of something I might never have a chance otherwise to experience.  For example in traditional Norwegian weddings when the groom leaves the room all the boys line up to give the bride a kiss on the cheek.  I think we should instate it here!


And then there was the party.


Harald and Andy know how to throw a party, and the Deer Ridge Golf Club in Kitchener was a perfect place to have it. The dance floor was full from the beginning of the night until the end.

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The photos above a just a snippet from their portrait session but the photos below are what memories are made of. Harold and Andy: 100% candid.

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  • Brittany - These are so unbelievably fun! Love the getting readys(/ies?). You hit this one out of the park.ReplyCancel

  • Teresa K - Outstanding coverage….there are so many great moments…the kiss at the reception table is one of my favorites from the set for sure!!ReplyCancel

  • Christa - Taylor! I love how you tell the story of the whole day simply through your images! Love 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Kellee Walsh - Looks like such a fun wedding! So many great moments 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jason - Love your vision – your compositions are quite unique. Miniputt during the speeches? Awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Tyler - some really solid frames. job well done.ReplyCancel

  • Nkki - That laughing shot is the best. Great job at capturing all the little moments of the day.ReplyCancel

  • Leah Kua - What an incredibly beautiful set. I love this couple, just in how you’ve captured them!!ReplyCancel

  • Paul Fuller - This is really really good work end of story, captured what looks like a beautiful wedding with amazing skillReplyCancel

  • Paul Krol - awesome reportage Taylor! You captured this wedding in a wonderful way. Love your getting-ready shots, especially!ReplyCancel

  • David - Simply beautiful. The day, the bride, and the photos. Great work.ReplyCancel

  • Kim - Beautiful storytelling! I especially love the shot of all the women dancing with their flip-flops on. Cute. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Sundby - Taylor, you did an amazing job with my wedding and your photos are gorgeous! Thank you so much! I am not sure which is my fav because I have so many, but I love us in the car, the pic of Erika and Jonna on the couch while getting ready and the portraits are beautiful, especially the bit with Oma and Opa.
    Thank you again for everything, you were so much fun to work with! 🙂ReplyCancel

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