Monthly Archives: December 2009
The Wedding Odyssey is once again coming up on Saturday, January 9th & Sunday, January 10th, 2010 at the Ciociaro Club, 3745 North Talbot Rd. I would like to invite all brides & grooms to come visit me at my booth. 2010 is turning out to be a busy year for bookings so this will be a great opportunity for you to meet me personally & talk to me about your photographic needs for the big day. I’ll also be offering some fun prizes so everyone will be able to benefit from all that I have to offer.
Britton Images Photography offers services, beautiful albums, fine art canvasses, boudoir books & much more for every need & budget. It’s going to be a great year & I’m looking forward to serving your needs as an experienced creative professional, capturing forever memories that you will cherish for a lifetime.
Leave your keepsake memories to one of the best wedding photographic artists in Windsor/Essex County & “Be a Britton Images Bride for 2010.”
See you there!!
Wow, I’m just so happy so many people came out to Per Bacco Ristorante on Ottawa St. on Wednesday, December 9th, to help celebrate three years at the studio on Wyandotte St. in Olde Walkerville & nine years as a professional photographer. Sixty people attended!! Great hors d’ouevres with a little wine & lots of fun. Thanks to everyone who attended!!!
Little Olivia came to the Britton Images Studio with her brother & played shy here. I took some amazing pictures that will be turned into a beautiful wall canvas & album. Olivia, who recently turned one is quite a bright & busy little girl. Here I grabbed a couple of shots while she was busy being her curious little self in her ballerina tutu & her bear bum!
It was fun shooting Manon with her two beautiful teenage daughters Caroline & Audreanne. The pics will be heading to family in Quebec. They loved the bright colours and even got a little silly and posed with their heads hanging upside down. I tell you there’s never a boring moment as a photog & I love every minute of it!
To Manon, Caroline & Audreanne….your family in Quebec will love these pics….Merry Christmas! Thank you for choosing me (Amy) as your photographer.
This is the second time I’ve shot little Gracie. She is the most mellow, happy girl and a perfect model. Here she’s all dressed up for Christmas & some other outfits to say how excited she is to be moving to New York. Her Dad got a job with a NY law firm & she can’t wait to take a bite of the Big Apple. Good luck to the whole family on your good fortune!!
Amy loves ya!
Olde Walkerville was the location for these lifestyle pics of Marissa & Dan by Britton Images Photography. They are celebrating their wedding anniversary of 2006 & wanted something more recent to have as keepsakes. Marissa & Dan are a couple who have also become friends since I did their wedding. It’s so rewarding to make friends with the bridal couples I meet because I get to document their life in a way…celebrating their anniversaries, birth of their children along with other life events. Instead of just passing through their lives I get to become part of their lives. Makes me feel like I have a family that just keeps growing with the years! As always, I feel very blessed and grateful. I am so thrilled at how they turned out & so glad they wanted to wander around outside to get a storytelling feel outside of the studio setting. Congrats to you both Marissa & Dan!! Wishing you a lifetime of happiness.
Windsor Photograper, Amy Britton, of Britton Images Photography Celebrates Nine Years in Business & Three Years at the Studio
I can’t believe that it’s been nine years since I took the plunge and stated my own business, Britton Images Photography. Sometimes I have wondered if maybe I was a bit crazy to take on such a responsibility but mostly I feel grateful and blessed to be doing something I love; open a photography studio here in Windsor. How many people go through life with a dream in their heart without the opportunity of having to live that dream? From my experience not enough. Dreams are the motivators of life! And “dreams” carved in wood can be found sitting atop of my tv in the sitting area of my studio. It reminds me to always keep going. At the same time I hope it inspires the many couples who I meet about wedding photography because their blooming love is the foundation for which their dreams will hopefully come true.
The best part of running my own business is meeting all the different people that seek me out to document through my eyes their event , business, special day or family. Many of these people have become friends….some closer than others but nevertheless all very special to me. This business is all about relationships ….some will come , some will go but all will be remembered with a great deal of gratitude.
As an artist I get to experiment and grow in my field by attending photography conventions, workshops and just playing around on my own. My biggest dream is to shoot and travel so now I’m working on destination weddings to add to my portfolio.
I thank all my supporters through these years & look forward with anticipation to many more years of good fortune. I’m celebrating by throwing a holiday/anniversary party at Per Bacco Restaurant on Ottawa Street tomorrow night from 6-9pm. Looks like about 70 people will help me celebrate. I’m so excited! Per Bacco will be putting out some finger foods, there will be wine and of course a fantastic cake from Renee’s Fine Cakes. Hope to get some pics to post on the blog. See you soon.
What an awesome experience it was shooting this huge family. Nella & husband Ivo, married for 50 years have this wonderful family from their union. All I can say is Wow!! This was like doing a wedding but in my Windsor Olde Walkerville studio. Then we took a few quick shots outside in the alley for that urban look. 50 years and they still look like they are in love. Congratulations, Nella & Ivo.
Nella & Ivo with their 4 adult children
Debbie and her two adult kids, their spouses and a first-born grandson join up for some light hearted fun during this casual holiday shoot. Their main intentions were to get images for this year’s Christmas cards. It’s not hard to figure out that Charlette & Brayden want Dylan to be a firefighter just like his dad, but Dylan was a wee bit too tired to agree or diasgree.
Merry Christmas Everyone!