Jaime Coyle | Kitchener Portrait and Wedding Photographer » Jaime Coyle is a photographer located in Kitchener, ON, specializing in artistic newborn, family and wedding photography. Serving Kitchener, Waterloo, Ayr, Paris, Guelph and Cambridge.

Lyons Valley Park is an amazing place for a photo session.  There is sooooo much to see and use.  Forests, bridges, water, and the view!  Oh my goodness, the views!  I met Chris and Elizabeth there with their pet bear Max.  Others would call him a dog, but I think he’s a bear.  He’s huge.  Gigantic.  But the nicest pup ever.  Too big for me to try to steal.  I totally wouldn’t have gotten away with it.  I don’t think he would have fit in my car.  Anywho, I loved hanging out with these two.  Elizabeth just exudes joy and Chris loves every second of her.  It was so much fun to watch.


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I headed back to Scottsdale Farm with a new couple last year to shoot their engagement session.  I met Robyn and Braden there and did we luck out with beautiful light and weather.  I truly love this location.  It’s so quaint and warm to shoot in.  There are so many locations and considering you do not need a permit to shoot there, it’s remarkably empty.  No crowds in sight!

We walked around the grounds and chatted while we stopped at various places to snap a photo.  Robyn and Braden are getting married in 9 days!!!  Can’t wait to meet up with them again and celebrate their special day!



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Hayley and Dan’s wedding was pretty special for me.  Not only is Hayley one of the most gracious brides I’d had the opportunity, but the event took place in my very backyard, with local vendors.  I know it doesn’t mean much to most people, but living in such a small town, it was pretty cool.  I love Ayr, Ontario and Hayley and Dan certainly utilized the best of it.

The wedding took place at Nithridge Estates in Ayr on a beautiful September afternoon.  The Nithridge Estates grounds are stunning.  The house where the bridal party got ready had so much character.  It was a photographers dream to shoot in.  Hayley’s dress was amazing.  When I first saw it hanging in the room where Hayley was getting her makeup done, I swear I gasped out loud.  It had that timeless elegance that all brides strive to achieve.  Any dress that shows off a collarbone is a winner in my books.  Hayley was surrounded by her 2 beautiful sisters and some awesome friends.

The location site where the ceremony was performed was stunning.  I never knew that such a gorgeous wedding venue was right behind the house I lived in.  Hayley and Dan’s ceremony was so sweet.  I’m a bit of an emotional person.  There hasn’t been a single wedding that I’ve worked where I have cried at some point.  This ceremony got me.  Both of Hayley’s parent’s had passed, and the tribute to them throughout the day, but especially at the ceremony had me in tears.  I was thankful to be able to photograph this area in private, before all of the guests arrived.  Watching Hayley and Dan exchange their vows in front of so many people who love them was beautiful.  I can only imagine how proud her parents are of her.  Especially for finding such a wonderful man to share her life with.

The rest of the evening had party written all over it.  The dance floor didn’t empty until the wee hours.  My feet hurt just watching the dancing that was happening.  Congratulations to Hayley and Dan.  I wish you both a lifetime of happiness.


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I got to hang out with this lovely family, on a gorgeous evening back in the Fall.  These sweet boys know me as “Shea’s Mom”.  Not having to break the ice with them was so great.  We headed for a walk behind their house and the shoot was just natural and easy.  The boys are the sweetest little guys ever, and mom and dad were natural and at ease.  I need to photograph all my friends if the shoot goes this well every time.



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I headed back to St. Agatha this past summer to photograph Melissa and Ben for their engagement photos.  I love this location.  It’s stunning in the late summer afternoon light.  The water and relaxed atmosphere, along with my very cool couple made for a pretty kick ass shoot, if I do say so myself.  We got to use all of the elements of the grounds in the most perfect light.  We were surrounded by trees, water and a couple of very excited dogs.  Come take a look at Melissa and Ben’s engagement session.  Countdown to their summer wedding is on!


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