Jennifer and Tyler ~ Engagement Session in Graffiti Wall Heaven
I love Westboro Village. I love it so much and for many reasons. I love it for Bark & Fitz where my dogs would live if they could. I love it for The Works, where I would eat every day if I could! I love it for Lululemon and my very unhealthy addiction to their clothes and bags and…everything! But most of all I love it for the feeling you get when you’re there. It is such a charismatic place and is full of such creative energy.
I have been wanting to shoot in Westboro Village with its myriad of beautiful graffiti and painted building walls, so you can imagine my excitement when Jennifer and Tyler wanted to have their engagement session there.
We met in the early evening to take advantage of less people as well as the beautiful spring sun as it was setting. We made use of many of those walls I was after and had a great time – you can’t help but have a great time when around these two.
I had such a hard time trying to narrow down which photos to show on the blog, so obviously I chose too many. So many of them screamed, show me!! You saw their sneak peek image the other day.
So without further adieu, please enjoy these photos of Jennifer and Tyler, in love.
This amazing wall is across from The Works and the only things that aren’t painted are the staircase, the green in front of the dog and obviously, Jenn and Tyler. It’s remarkable.
Jennifer and Tyler are wonderful and I cannot wait to shoot their wedding on August 7th!!
PS. and now after writing this post I am really craving a burger from The Works. Thomas would probably say, “How is that different from any other day?”. I wasn’t kidding when I said I could probably eat there every day. Hands down favourite burger of all time from The Works: Sum Yung Guy sticky cream cheese, caramelized onions, gouda & limp strip bacon. sooooo yummy. Now I REALLY want one! And don’t even get me started on how good their Beechhouse Sauce is!!
Have a wonderful day,
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