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Minibird Photography has a simple approach - capture personalities, not poses.

Sessions are casual, fun, and all about making clients comfortable enough to forget the camera and just enjoy their favorite people.

Minibird specializes in children and family portraiture.

521 Cedar St.
Richmond Hill,

Established: 2011

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Most popular offering: Family, Newborn, and Children Photography

Pro Tip: Be into taking your pictures?have fun with it!

Good for Kids: Yes

Q&A with Tiffany Kohler, Photographer

What was the inspiration for starting this business?

I have always enjoyed being behind a camera. The feeling I get is unexplainable. I want to be the reason people want family pictures. I want people to have those memories.

What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?

"Tiffany is an awesome photographer! She has taken all of our family, newborn, and wedding pictures. She is great with babies and children of all ages. And she is "totally creative"! I've never been left unsatisfied. Also she always makes sure to get your pictures to you in a timely manner! We have never had to wait over a few weeks to a month! Love her! :)" - One of my reviews off of my Facebook page.

What?s your favorite part about your job?

I love seeing the happiness pictures bring out in people?to know that I made someone's day by just using my talent. I love capturing toothless babies laughing, or a family enjoying each others' company. It makes me happy.


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