Amy McNall won't blink if a bride-to-be asks her to help plan a wedding in chicken coop. She believes that nuptials should be as individual as the two people embarking on a life adventure together. So instead she'll listen intently and quickly map out a plan that's reasonable and within the happy couple's budget. A coordinator certified by Wedding Planner's Institute of Canada, her services range from basic consultations to designing invitations and aisle décor. She understands that planning large events is often stressful and employs various tactics to minimize the anxiety, such as introducing her clients to the many contacts she has in the music, wine, catering industries. One of her favourite reception embellishments is the newly popular candy buffet, which she decorates and sets up, leaving brides time to focus instead on locating their missing ring finger.
Family photo phenom Julie Duggan captures mantle-worthy moments in her welcoming studio. After combing back cowlicks and polishing postures, eager subjects can strut to the studio with family, friends, or formerly estranged chess partners. During a photo session up to 30-minutes long, Duggan will expertly identify and flatter subjects' good sides, feeding them a steady stream of nutrient-rich flashes and f-stops. Satiated subjects will then receive a password to view the 20–30 images online, as well as a print-ready disc of every pose, allowing them to pinpoint which of their cohorts is a vampire. Check out Duggan's gallery for evidence of her precious moment-capturing prowess.
I have been a photographer in London for ten years where I have focused on portrait photography, which includes weddings, maternity, family and children's photography. I tend to lean towards a more personal photojournalistic style of photography, capturing the realism in a photo that creates a raw feeling or emotion.
An affiliate of the Mayron Cole Music Conservatory, the Academic Music School teaches students to master the notes and scores of musical masterpieces with a variety of instruments and music styles. Budding Beethovens of any age or shoe size can construct symphonic sound waves on a piano, guitar, keyboard, trumpet, trombone, violin, cello, string bass, flute, clarinet, saxophone, drums, or their surgically inserted voice. Students can choose to focus on an array of music styles, such as classical, pop, Broadway, jazz, and more. The private lessons are conducted by university-trained instructors that are matched with neophyte music makers based on personality and instrument choice. With the exception of a piano and antique 100-foot pipe organ, all instruments must be supplied by students.
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