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About James

 

I’m a father to two gorgeous girls … I talk about my kids too much … I have degrees in Engineering and Neuroscience … I watch a ton of movies, both good and bad … I’m addicted to ice cream, especially vanilla Hageen-Daaz … I don’t like the cold … I want to visit every continent … Antarctica doesn’t count … I can’t stand clutter … I’m a geek, but geeks are cool now, right? … I love board games … but not Monopoly or Risk … I have a wonderful wife … who is scared of my camera because I take too many photos of her … I’m told I have too many basketball shoes … I think they are wrong … I remember too many useless facts … I’m a foodie who likes eating new and interesting things … I’m a slow eater … sometimes I think babies are so cute I want to eat them … is that wrong?

 

My name is James Correia. My business started in Montreal where I have become an acclaimed award-winning wedding photographer. Now I am back in my hometown of Toronto, however that doesn’t keep me from traveling for weddings. I’ve shot weddings in destinations such as The Rocky Mountains, the Caribbean, San Francisco and of course Montreal. I am up for any opportunity to travel for a wedding, so don’t be afraid to ask.

Not too long ago I was walking down the aisle, looking spiffy in my Tux and Air Jordans, marrying my greatest friend and love of my life. Looking back at that day I realize how much I treasure the photographs I have, and how their importance to me only grew with time. To me, the power of a photograph is not that it reminds you of how you looked, but more so of how you felt. I like to take photographs, but I LOVE to take photographs of people. I love to tell a story with my photos, of both the events and the emotions of the day. I want you to be able to look at your photographs when you’re 60 years old and remember what you were feeling at that moment. That is the power of a photograph.

So let’s meet up and chat over some coffee, or preferably ice cream, and talk about photography, movies, food, travel, and anything else.

 

Photo by JoeeWong.com