The rain held off today, and instead we were delivered beautiful overcast skies… perfect for shooting.

I’ve been assistant shooting for Catherine Farquharson over at Documentographer, this weekend I met up with her on the rooftop of the groom’s building just in time for some bridal party portraits. I loved the sleek modern design and the cold slate gray color of the surroundings. Catherine started the day early and captured Jocelyn getting ready as well as some stunning portraits of the bride and groom’s first look which can be seen here.

Learning and working for Catherine at Documentographer (one of the best in the business) is amazing. I guess being one of the best in the business has it’s perks, because Catherine books some of the best weddings and venues in Toronto. I am so privileged to be working for her.

Jocelyn and John got married at Berkeley Church, this is an incredibly rustic yet beautiful building (you’ll see for yourself in a minute). Although the Berkeley Church offers loads of character it’s always nice to add a personal touch. Jodie Katz of the The Social Butterfly was on deck to manage all the details and helped Jocelyn pull off elegant wedding.

I tackled the ceremony from the back of the venue, it allowed for a different perspective than Catherine’s up close and personal one. The light was soft and flowy, the ceremony was endearing and the celebration was pure love and happiness.

Thanks Catherine of Documentographer for taking me along on this one. Great success.