Destination and Vancouver Wedding Photographer Tomasz Wagner
Wedding Videography, Cinematography & Super 8mm Films

We document weddings in Vancouver and destinations worldwide to tell your story: whether that’s an elopement in Iceland, an intimate wedding in France, or an adventure in Thailand. We know it's the real life moments and genuine emotions that together create the best stories. Some call this wedding photojournalism. We just call it the best of what we do and love. Our natural and honest approach to wedding photography and wedding videography allows us to create stories that are not only beautiful but also unique and inspiring. We’re documentary wedding photographers and videographers based in Vancouver available for international assignments, including weddings, elopements, and adventures in far off places.

International Wedding Photographer, Destination Wedding Europe, Weddings in Ireland, France Wedding Photographer, Isle of Skye Elopement

I’m traveling to Europe for all of June 2015 and have a few dates available for weddings, elopements, and couples sessions.

England, Scotland, Ireland, and France are on the itinerary so far—with a brief stop in Iceland. I recently had the pleasure of meeting with new clients who’ve decided to get married in Ireland in beautiful Co. Clare. Needless to say, I’m incredibly excited to photograph their destination wedding in mid/late June.

I’m keen on photographing anywhere I’m invited and my travel itinerary is flexible. An elopement in the south of France or the Isle of Skye, a destination wedding on the Amalfi Coast or Tuscany, a quaint backyard wedding in the English countryside or Amsterdam—no matter where, I’d be honoured to be a part of your plans. Traveling has always provided me with fresh ways of observing the world and the moments that remain with us after we’ve visited a place. And it’s through photography that I’m able to tell these stories through images that are artful, playful, intentional, and evocative. READ MORE

Edmonton Wedding Photographer, Weddings at Hastings Lake Gardens, Weddings in Alberta, Rustic Weddings

A trip out to Edmonton, Alberta to join old friends for a wedding at Hastings Lake Gardens in Sherwood Park.

After a whirlwind few months of traveling all over British Columbia for weddings, I was excited to hit the road from Vancouver—through Merritt, Kelowna, and Jasper National Park—to arrive in Edmonton. In many ways, this trip was a relaxing one amidst a wedding season that was still in full swing. I stayed with friends originally from Vancouver, met up with others who I’d known from high school who were there for the wedding, and photographed a beautiful and laid back wedding at Hastings Lake Gardens for Christina & Drew (before enjoying the rest of my evening as one of their guests). Our time together took us around grasslands, gardens, and rusted tractors. That beautiful prairie light many friends and colleagues had spoken about stayed with us from before the ceremony to portraits with the wedding party. Wild horses. There were those as well. READ MORE

A wedding film packed with energy, dancing—and more dancing.

Our style of wedding films isn’t always clear cut, but we’re okay with this. We often get refreshing, unique, personal, and fun—and at other times, heartfelt, interesting, and different. While our intention and process might be the same for every wedding, we aren’t traditional ‘videographers’. We don’t prescribe to the same formula and aren’t keen on capturing everything without purpose. We know allowing the day to unfold just as it does and trusting the people involved to be themselves works best for us and for our clients. It’s how we create personal wedding films. READ MORE

Weddings at Hycroft Manor, Vancouver Wedding Photographer, Photo by Tomasz Wagner

My first time photographing a wedding at Hycroft Manor in Vancouver was a memorable one.

Hycroft Manor is one of the most sought after wedding venues in Vancouver for people looking to wed in understated elegance. The heritage Edwardian mansion has served as a gathering place for members of the University Women’s Club of Vancouver, an editorial shoot location that is well loved by photographers and other wedding vendors, and for a time in mid-September, the place where Melissa & Michael would be married. READ MORE

“Sometimes in life there are no words,” explains Reza when he shares his and Nazanin’s wedding film with family and friends via Facebook.

For a man of many words, always articulate, heartfelt, and/or witty, Reza’s simple update stops me in my tracks. Enter Nazanin with her own generous words and larger than life kindness and it becomes difficult for me and my team to hold back our delight for having created something deeply personal and meaningful for Nazanin & Reza.

Being a good wedding cinematographer and storyteller with equal parts ingenuity and style are all parts of the wedding films equation. But it’s people who are always at the core and they make the films what they really are—personal, storytelling keepsakes that are meant to be cherished and played on repeat. READ MORE

An intimate wedding at Cammidge House in Boundary Bay, Delta and a wedding film celebrating two old friends.

Ellie & Tyson invited both our photography and cinematography teams to join them in their relaxed, intimate wedding at the height of summertime in Vancouver. Where a cool breeze and a run around the tidal flats with your pup makes for the best kind of morning. Where getting ready together in a quaint house surrounded by tall grasses feels like second nature. Ellie & Tyson met through a shared love of dodgeball (for those of you not from Vancouver—yes, this is a popular activity here) and the way they connected in the hours of their wedding day was precisely how they hoped their family and other guests would enjoy their time at the traditional but modern venue: with great love and comfort from being gathered together. And fun—lots of fun. READ MORE