Hi, I’m Phoebe

Documentary Style Toronto Wedding Photographer

As a professional Toronto wedding photographer with over 12 years of experience, I am dedicated to capturing the magic of your special day using a documentary-style approach. My passion lies in preserving genuine moments and emotions as they unfold naturally. I believe in creating authentic, timeless, and cherished photographs that will transport you back to the joyous atmosphere of your wedding day.

A woman in a black dress and wide brimmed hat walking through a field of sunflowers.
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Toronto’s Best Wedding Venues

I’ve compiled a list of some of the most breathtaking wedding venues in Toronto and the GTA, categorized by their aesthetics and overall feel. Here you’ll find all the top venues, from chic hotels and picturesque farms to historic buildings, urban industrial spaces and more!


from past clients

A bride hugs her groom from behind, just before their first look at their Guild Inn Estate wedding in Toronto

Choosing Phoebe to be our photographer was one of the best decisions we made!

We knew going into the wedding that pictures were very important to us. We did not hire a videographer to capture the day so having pictures that told a story was key. Phoebe did just that! Her style of photography is so genuine and captures real emotion and interactions. She is also so easy to work with which made all the difference on a day which can be stressful. Thank you Phoebe for being a part of our day! We will treasure these pictures for many years to come.

T + S

A bride and groom, captured in a documentary style, strolling along a scenic path during the fall season at Evergreen Brickworks in Toronto

She was super professional but also personable and fun to work with.

We absolutely loved working with Phoebe from EightyFifth Street! She was super professional but also personable and fun to work with. She offered just the right balance of direction as well as freedom during photos. We love our photos–especially the fact that they capture real moments and her documentary style really allows for that. She adds a special personal touch to all that she does. Thanks Phoebe!

E + A

A bride and groom stand hand in hand while looking at each other in front of a clean white wall and flower bed with tall grass.

She made us feel comfortable in front of the camera and made the experience so easy.

It was an absolute pleasure working with Phoebe! She helped us with both our engagement and wedding day photos, and we couldn’t have been happier with the results. She made us feel comfortable in front of the camera and made the experience so easy. Phoebe has a wonderful way of capturing the authentic moments and expressions and this helped us focus on our special day instead of being conscious of the camera all the time. Phoebe was always very responsive, professional and personable in her interactions with us and she did her best to address any questions or concerns we had. I would definitely recommend Phoebe and her services!

E + R

Frequently asked Questions

Documentary-style photography, often referred to as photojournalistic or reportage photography, is a style of photography that aims to capture candid and spontaneous moments as they happen. With weddings, the focus is on telling a story or documenting the event naturally and unobtrusively, with an emphasis on capturing emotions, interactions, and the atmosphere of the moment.

If you’re planning a wedding that is 6+ hours, I would recommend booking as soon as you’ve secured a venue and a wedding date! This is especially the case if your date is during peak wedding season, between May to October. If you’re planning a micro wedding (2-5 hours) on a weekend, bookings open 12 weeks in advance.

For all other bookings, please get in touch roughly 4-8 weeks in advance.

Absolutely. My second shooters and I always bring at least two camera bodies, flash units, a variety of lenses, and multiple memory cards to every wedding. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket, right? Rest assured, we’ll come prepared.

Your finished photos will be ready about 8-12 weeks after your wedding date, and about 4-6 weeks after the session date for portraits. All of the photos you receive will be post-processed. I take great pride in making sure your photos look consistent, so this takes a bit of time!

If you’re looking for a Documentary Style Toronto Wedding Photographer, get in touch