Hello! My name is Alex and I am a photographer.

I am often asked, ‘how did you become a wedding photographer?’ Here is a long story (kind of) short. I never quite knew what I wanted to do with my life. Throughout high school, I took the standard photography classes and had a natural talent but didn’t know what to do with it. After high school instead of going to university, I worked to save money for travelling. I went to Australia and travelled the east coast. Along the way I documented my trip and when I returned back to Canada, I developed my film and shared the photos with everyone I knew. A lot of people remarked that I should ‘do something with photography’ but I didn’t know what or how. So I continued working at a dog daycare for years and years taking photos as a hobby.

It wasn’t until two of my very good friends asked me if I’d be interested in doing their engagement photos.

This sparked a light bulb and I thought, wedding photography is a thing, maybe I could do that? So I immersed myself into the wedding world. I started a blog, I dressed my sister up in my mum’s wedding dress to create a portfolio so I’d have images to show future clients, I took a wedding photography course and I just began shooting anyone who would let me. In 2010 I started Wild Eyed. I have been around the world documenting people’s happiest moments in life.

From engagement to wedding, maternity, newborn and family, I have become my client’s photographer for life.

Let me be yours.

It truly makes me so unbelievably happy to be able to capture these moments for people and give them memories in the form of beautiful images.


What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Waking up and having absolutely nothing
planned for the rest of the day.

What is your greatest fear?
Breaking my arms and legs at the same time.

What season is your favourite?
Early autumn

Which words or phrases do you most overuse?

What is your biggest dream?
Owning property with land and operating a foster home for kids and a farm with rescue animals of all kinds. The foster kids would be paired with an animal and be in charge of taking care of that animal while they were in foster care. (Not sure if this would ever fly, but it’s my dream.)

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
India! I have already been and I would go back in a heartbeat.

When and where were you happiest?
With my horse at the barn where I spent my childhood and adolescence.

Which talent would you most like to have?
I wish I could sing well.

What superpower would you want to have?
The ability to fly.

What is your favourite food?
A cheddar cheese sandwich with tomato, mayo and lettuce on bad for you white bread. Basic but oh so delicious.

Are you an early or late person?
I am always on average 15-30 minutes early for everything.

Who are your heroes in real life?
Every single mother I know.

What was your first job?
Mucking out stalls at the barn.

What time of day is your favourite?
First thing in the morning. I am an early bird.

What do you consider is your greatest achievement?
Being hired to shoot weddings across the world such as Peru, India, Morocco, Belgium, France, England and many, many more destinations.

If you could choose what to come back as, what would it be?
A bird. Any bird.

If you won the lottery, what would you do with the money?
I would buy a hobby farm and adopt unwanted farm animals and adopt children and live a simple country life. But that would be after travelling the world.

What is your favourite smell?
I don’t have just one. In no particular order – a stable of horses, freshly cut grass, gasoline and dare I say it? I very much enjoy the smell of skunk.

What reeeeeally grinds your gears?
Slow walkers on the sidewalk.

Do you collect anything?
For the past four years, I have been buying a mug from everywhere I travel. I currently have 16 tacky souvenir mugs.

What do you love most about working with kids?
Their brutal honesty, their innocence and their unbridled passion for fun and living in the moment.

How would you describe yourself?
An introverted extrovert who is a quiet observer with a strange sense of humour.

Where would you like to live?
In an old house with a wrap around porch on a hobby farm by a lake with mountains in the background preferably somewhere where winter doesn’t exist.

What is your motto?
Forgiveness is freedom AND Stay Curious