I am very excited to announce my partnership with The School Sessions - an organization dedicated to building schools in Haiti through banding photographers together on April.12th.

On April 12th, myself and my talented intern Ciaran will be doing a limited number of special rate photoshoots – all proceeds going towards the cause.

This is your chance to get your family portraits, engagement, maternity, newborn, fashion, headshots, business and pets photographed at the lowest investment rate ever. And earn yourself some karma at the same time!

Email me at Kelsey@kgoodphoto.com to reserve your spot before they are all gone!


Where do I begin with these two? They captured my heart when I captured their engagement photos last year.

Hanna lives in Seattle while Curtis is a Vancouver Islander, and over the years they braved long distance over the Juan Du Fuca Straight and a country border. So a Canadian Winter wedding in the mountains was just another challenge to accept for this duo.

Watching them together and you know that there are good people in this world. They are so considerate towards each other and are just frankly adorable. I especially enjoyed the reception speeches that were all very beautiful and genuine.

Their wedding ceremony was held at the Squamish Cultural Centre, with a reception soon after at the gorgeous Nita Lake Lodge. Snow, Candles, and dancing sum this wedding up for me. This group really knows how to party! They also highly appreciate football. There was even a s’mores bar which is basically my kryptonite.

Loved starting the wedding season off this year with such a wonderful experience. I am so lucky to have such amazing people welcome me into their families so I can photograph the relationships there.

Thank you for braving the cold and rain and generally being awesome. Guests can access the photobooth + wedding images HERE. (password was on the card handouts, if you lost it just email me at Kelsey@kgoodphoto.com or ask le bride or le groom).  


This was the last wedding of 2014 for me and I knew it would go out with a bang. After I photographed Jillian + Shawn’s engagement session, I knew that these young lovebirds were going to have an especially romantic wedding, and they didn’t disappoint!

The wedding ceremony and reception took place at the vintage-esque Brock House near Jericho Park in Vancouver. Hailing from Alberta, but with their hearts set on the west coast, it was important that we captured the lush greenery and cool vibes of BC in their images. This included a first look in Deep Cove followed by images in Stanley Park.

I knew they would be up for anything so I brought a feather pillow, a pair of scissors and combined the two on a mission to attain the image below

Jillian and Shawn have matching hearts – both sensitive, romantic and artistic and these qualities echoed in the wedding ambiance and respective families. Shawn sent Jillian a good morning video to play as well as 50 letters, one to be opened every year on the anniversary for the next half century. Jillian has been secretly writing “reasons why I’m marrying you” everyday in a book for the past year – they range form simple and goofy to simple and profound and were featured in her vows to him. Then he surprise acoustically serenaded her at the reception.

Oh, and Shawn and his dad have matching weddings bands because his parents were accidentally sent two groom’s bands when they go married, so they kept it for their future son. It’s really cool to see them together since one band’s pattern has been worn 25 years longer than the other.

I can’t wait to show more images from this unforgettable day, but for now I give thee the ever-incriminating photobooth photos HERE.



I absolutely loved shooting Amber + Kyle’s wedding. They are both super in love and nerdy and their shared love of comic books and star wars was evident in crafty details embedded into their elegant rustic wedding at Maple Grove Guesthouse in Duncan. It was my first time shooting at this amazing location. They don’t advertise because they don’t need to – it’s all word of mouth. It’s a gorgeous rustic setting and the owners have put so much love into the place. The wedding day was complete with an ornery horse (who insisted that Amber’s lace dress was edible), canoe ride on a pond, bonfire and an epic guest-wide light saber battle with smoke grenades and theme music. Definitely not something I will forget anytime soon and a definite good time had by everyone:)After the party, everyone camped out and enjoyed a pancake breakfast the next morning. I look forward to sharing more of those images, but for now, guests can access their photobooth images HERE.



When Kortney and Ben told me they were getting married at Hatley Castle, I was immediately excited because it is not-so-secretly where I want to tie my own knot in the future. Weirdly, I have never photographed a wedding there, though I have fantasized about it. Kortney and Ben are ridiculously photogenic and their family knows how to party which equalled some pretty stunning images. After the Hatley Castle ceremony, we took photos among the gorgeous Castle grounds complete with massive grecian columns and a Japanese garden. Before we headed to Fort Rodd Hill (another personal favourite photo location), the entire bridal party took their limo to the local Burger King for some classy snacks. The reception was at the  Esquimalt Wardroom, complete with panoramic ocean views and some very talented dance moves on behalf of the wedding party. Finally shooting at Hatley was amazing. Shooting this couple in love and their family was amazing. My job is pretty amazing. For guests at the wedding, you can access your photobooth photos HERE.


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