Hello, and thank you for dropping by.
I am glad you chose to be here when you could easily be doing something else. And for that, thank you!
My name is Monica; a photographer located in Calgary, AB, Canada.
It all began in the year 2012 when I moved to a different city. The excitement of exploring and getting to know my new city (which later became home for me) was what got me started with photography. It was just a hobby then. I remember happily taking photos of every interesting spot I’ve discovered here in Calgary. I didn’t think at the time that I would later on in life take this on as something I would do and get paid for until the Fall of 2019. That same month after deciding I’m going for it, I purchased my very first DSLR camera and the rest was history or should I say, a mark of a new beginning of my life as a photographer. It sounds dramatic I know, but trust me, it wasn’t dramatic, but I sure was excited about it.
I capture little and big moments. What are little moments? Little moments are the ones we often do not celebrate because we consider this as an ordinary day, an ordinary moment. To me, these little moments matter, too. We should capture these moments when we can and store these images digitally, or even better, print them. Why? Because there’s a chance our memory later on in life might not be as sharp as it is today and photos will help us remember these little (and special) moments.
Big moments are moments we often celebrate. Normally a mark of a big change and a new beginning; a new chapter in someone’s life. Big moments are engagement, anniversary, elopement, birthday, newborn, pregnancy, graduation, etc. These moments are definitely easier to remember, but imagine if you have kept a photo from this big moment and was able to pass it on to your family, children and grandchildren? That’s something pretty special if you ask me.
If you like what you see and would like to inquire or book, you can send me an email here. Alternatively, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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