I loved how unique and intimate La Maquette was, there was a classic feel from the chandelier, and the black and white tiled marble floors to the open solarium.
Brunch itself implies a relaxed elegance, to have one on your wedding day, how fabulous. What a great way for two families to come together and get to know each other. It was also amazing that they had the speeches then, while breaking bread in an intimate group of people.
I want people to be able to be transported back to that moment in the photograph, I want them to be able to smell, hear, feel what they see.
I studied studio arts at Concordia University, mostly painting and drawing. Before that I spent all my time in the dark room managing a photoclub at Vanier college, I loved B&W photography. I continued to study commercial photography at Dawson college. It was a great experience I had the opportunity to work with Montreal Fashion photographers, as an assistant and retoucher which I continued to do during the weekdays while working on weddings on the weekends.
In relation to photography what would we find on your bookshelf?
Oh man, lets see, I have been collecting national geographics for years,
A lot of classic street photography and fine art books, Big fan of the Phaidon vitamin series,
Jeff Wall, Gregory Crewdson, Ed Burtynsky
Street Photography I love Henri Cartier Bresson, all the Magnum photographers, Larry Towel, Sebastian Salgado, George Zimbal, who actually came to my graduating show in Montreal that was an honour.
I love fashion and portrait Photogaphers too ,
Paolo Roversi, Annie Leibovitz, Debra Tuberville, Richard Avedon,
I can go on forever, we have a pretty big bookshelves at home
Photographer : Brian Limoyo Wedding Photography
Venue : Maquette
Catering : Berkeley Events Catering