Hey! I'm a photographer and content creator based in the
Durham Region, in Uxbridge, Ontario Canada.
Sometimes, our world feels like it may be spinning a little too fast. Precious moments can be fleeting and often, being caught up in life, we let them pass, only noticing their beauty as we reminisce on the past.
My name is Justyne, I'm a portrait and wedding photographer dedicated to every delicate moment which life has to offer. I was born and raised in the small town of Uxbridge, Ontario Canada, where I spent my childhood playing in the sunshine, dancing in the historic town music hall and being surrounded by all creatures, great and small.
In my early 20s I began to tap into my sentimental and emotional side, which I would almost account for 80% of my being. I found I could use that gift, with my artistic nature, to help others capture the precious moments of their lives, in photographs.
To me, life is bright and vibrant, and full of feeling. And my work is the same. I'm passionate about making and memorializing life's moments, and the affection that comes along with them.
I am a 2020 graduate from the RTA School of Media at (formerly Ryerson University) Toronto Metropolitan University, with a French language minor and a concentration in Television and Video Production. I have now been designing and photographing freelance since 2017, basing my work out of the Durham Region and Uxbridge, but happy to travel throughout the GTA, Muskoka and beyond! Also, you may have seen my name in the byline of some articles in the Uxbridge Cosmos Newspaper!
5 Fun Facts About Me
I am a total animal nut and am always excited to meet new 4 legged friends!
I have watched the entire Gilmore Girls series 4 times and counting.
I drink tea like I'm an English granny. About 4 cups a day.
I'm so sappy, I cry at all the weddings I attend.
I'm a little obsessed with psychology and find myself often analyzing interpersonal relationships and dynamics.
It's time to tell your photo story!
My goal as your photographer is to provide my clients with moments which they can feel, not only see. "Looking back" on our life is so much more than seeing what we used to look like, or how we used to dress. It's about reliving those moments and being physiologically transported back to that time, allowing for memories with more depth.