Hi! I am a Newfoundland based wedding and landscape photographer located in North America’s oldest city, St. John’s. When I’m not training for the Tely 10 or doing one of the endless renos on my home (it never ends!), you can find me with a camera in my hand; either photographing the rugged Atlantic coastline or documenting once-in-a-lifetime events.
Most photographers will tell you that they were born with a camera in their hand, they’re obsessed with love and emotion (creepy, right?) and that they melt (literally!!) at the moments they see throughout a wedding day. We’ll tell you that this was all kind of an accident…
I got my start in 2005 when I needed a part-time job while in university. I applied for a gig that involved taking video and photos of university sports at Memorial University. There’s nothing quite like trying to convince someone to hire you for a job you don’t know how to do! At one point I was asked by my boss’s boss if I’d take some family photos. The photoshoot went well and it led to a couple of engagement sessions, which led to a couple of weddings, which led to this accidental business!
I believe that the best way to gauge my photography style is through the consistent images I produce and not just with a “best of” gallery. You can find examples of my wedding and portrait work on my blog (www.zachwheeler.ca/featured-work/). For more about my Newfoundland landscape prints (including gallery-wraps and plaque mounts) visit www.newfoundlandlandscapephotography.ca
Interested in knowing more? You can always contact me here (http://zachwheeler.ca/contact-us/)
Allie helps clients figure out all those little “what ifs? wheres? and whens?” of wedding day photography. As a very organized and detail oriented person Allie makes sure that the “formal” photography portions of the day go off without issue, helping to ensure that none of your VIP’s are missing from your must have photo list. On the day of, you won’t have to worry about getting your family and friends organized for photos, leave that to Allie. When that’s taken care of she will be behind the camera helping to capture the candid moments of your ceremony and reception.
Myself and Allie were married in November 2014. You can read all about it and see some of the great photos by Chris Boyd here http://zachwheeler.ca/were-married/. The biggest takeaway for us in terms of our wedding photography was reiterating just how important these photos are, not only to you, but to your family, loved ones and the extension of your family tree. We strive to produce consistent, high quality and modern work for all our clients and we want to work with couples who share the same goals.