The last time we saw Meaghen and Marco was when a thick blanket of snow covered all of Montreal! It feels like it was just yesterday that we captured them in the snow on their engagement photo session when we couldn’t wait for their wedding day to come. Take a look here if you missed the beautiful snowy day.

Meaghen was just beaming with this beautiful glow that’s hard to describe and simply best shown in photos; with Marco handsomely at her side. It was a real pleasure taking Meaghen and Marco back to the same woods that we used for their engagement photos but this time with no snow! I could try explaining how fun and touching the party at Le Crystal was later on but I’ll simply let the photos do the talking.

It was an absolutely beautiful day and an even more beautiful ceremony which both Magda and I were honoured to be a part of. Thank you for choosing us to document your special day and we wish you nothing but love and happiness together. As usual, we leave you with (a lot!) of our favourite moment from the day as well as a slideshow below.

Meaghen + Marco | Slideshow



The 2015 wedding season has officially begun and today we have a really cute engagement session to share with you! Ivana and Phil will be getting married very soon and before that happens, we took them out to the Old Port here in Montreal for a little casual photo session. Dressed the part, Ivana and Phil met us downtown and before we knew it, we were kicking it off like old friends and taking photos in between. I should mention that we met Ivana and Phil when Ivana was a bridesmaid at Catherine and Matthew’s wedding three years ago! We fondly remember Ivana being an incredibly positive and bubbly personality and we only hoped we would have a chance to photograph Ivana and Phil’s wedding. We can’t wait!

Here are some warm moments with Ivana and Phil near the locks of the Old Port. We hope you enjoy them and we’ll be back with their wedding this summer!


  • Ashley MacPhee - LOVE that you included the pylons and road signs!! Because let’s face it, that IS a part of our every day life here in mtl! Excellent work friends!June 3, 2015 – 1:49 amReplyCancel

  • Linda - Your work is beautiful. I mean, anyone who can make roadwork signs looks like art is a fantastic photographer.June 5, 2015 – 9:27 amReplyCancel


When Karl called me to tell me he got engaged, I was simply thrilled. Karl and I (Magda) go way way back all the way to Grade 9!! Each coming from different parts of the world, Karl from Australia and I from Montreal/Poland, we lived on the same street and quickly bonded as good friends.

I only met Hollis for the first time on the wedding day itself, but quickly saw her as a wonderful girl with a warm heart and a great love for Karl, and knowing Karl, I can see how she is his everything. Karl being such a warm smiley teddy bear himself, I am really happy he found someone that matches his kind heart!

The wedding was very small and very intimate. Unfortunately as life sometimes has it, Karl’s dad has fallen ill. And therefore, for Hollis and Karl nothing was more important than to have him part of the big day! So, the plan was in full swing and before anyone knew it, Hollis and Karl were exchanging rings and putting smiles on their family’s faces in the beautiful Restaurant Eighteen in Ottawa! As much as Hollis and Karl were the focus of attention that day, all eyes and ears were also on Karl’s dad. The smile Karl’s dad had from ear to ear was as heart warming as the love between the young couple.

This was one special ceremony we were honored to be a part of this year! Not only did I get chance to reconnect with my close friend from high school, but I was able to help capture one of the most important days in his life.

We wish Karl and Hollis the most wonderful life together! Thank you for having us a part of this incredible celebration and we are keeping Mr. Mendes in our thoughts and prayers.

With that, we leave you with our favourite moments from the day. as well as a little slideshow. We hope you enjoy…

Hollis + Karl | Slideshow




  • Judy Sparkes - Hi Hollis and Karl. Congradulations!
    Did you really get married on April 14th? That is our anniversary too. We just celebrated 25yrs yesterday.

    Wish you many years of happiness and growth together!

    Judy & Jeff SparkesApril 15, 2015 – 11:54 pmReplyCancel

As on-location, natural light photographers, we are bound to be faced with some less than fabulous weather once in a while. We get really sweaty and hot in the summer, we get wet when it rains and in this case, our fingers freeze to the bone in this crazy Canadian winter weather! But we really have to hand it to the wonderful couples we work with who brave rain, cold, heat and other poor weather situations just to make sure their photos turn our perfectly!

Meet Meaghen and Marco! A wonderful couple who we will get a chance to spend even more time with during their wedding this summer. We scheduled in an engagement session nearby in the woods but little did we know that it would be crazy crazy cold! No matter…Meaghen and Marco bravely hugged and smiled the entire time we spent with them. Both Magda and I were so thankful and in awe but it was obvious that their relationship distracted them from Old Man Winter! Maybe it has a little to do with Marco being a diehard Habs fan? Here are a few of our favourite images from that cold day and you’ll see more photos of Meaghen and Marco in the summer. Till then!



We were very fortunate to have photographed wedding so many times at the Cumberland Heritage Museum this year. It’s a place that offers a big variety for photos, it’s got old buildings, fields and at this time the trees were spectacular too. Which is why we were really looking forward to Lisa and Sean’s wedding which was to take place in the super tiny but adorable steeple on the grounds!

It ended up being a beautiful day even though it drizzled a little bit. The steeple filled in with friends and family and before we knew it, Lisa was walking down the isle. It was very dark in there but we managed to make it work! We were not concerned by anything because Lisa’s smile brightened any potentially difficult photo opportunity and in turn also put a huge smile on Sean’s face. The reception was at the River Rock Inn in Rockland and it was a really awesome party. I don’t think we’ve seen so many tears of happiness from a bridal party!

Well, this winds down Bartek & Magda’s 2014 wedding season! It’s been an incredible blast working with fantastic couples and we can’t wait what 2015 will have to offer.

Lisa and Sean, thank you for inviting us to be a part of your day and we hope you love these photos as much as we do! As usual, we leave our readers with our favourite images from your day as well as a slideshow. Enjoy!

Lisa + Sean | Slideshow