About Brendan Nogue Photography
I believe that wedding photography is about more than just the story of your wedding day. The experience starts from our first meeting and extends indefinitely. The most important thing to me is that you have exceptional photos on your walls and in albums for the rest of your lives together. Creating beautiful portraits and capturing real moments is what I truly love to do and it can only happen if you are relaxed and enjoying yourselves. That is why from the engagement session to the final delivery of the images I want the process make your feel respected and valued so you can have fun and be relaxed on the best day of your life.
Adele Lafond of Photos by Adele is my partner in photography and life. Adele is an energetic, fun and creative photographer who loves to laugh and gets overexcited when she sees a great photo. We work great as a team and love photographing weddings together! If you are interested in having a couple/ team capture every moment of your day contact me about my specialized two-photographer packages.
About Brendan Nogue
You're most likely busy planning a wedding so I'll make this quick!
Born and raised in Calgary
As a kid I loved -at various times- Dinosaurs, Robin Hood, Ghostbusters, Ninja Turtles and Star Wars
As a teenager I loved hockey, photography and learned a love of travel
As an adult I basically just love all those things, plus my girlfriend Adele... and beer.
Photojournalism school at SAIT
Worked at the Banff Crag & Canyon weekly newspaper in Banff (yes, that's really the name)
Started my own photography business eight years ago and went full time at it four years ago
If you'd like to learn more about the complex being that is Brendan Nogue (say it like rogue or vogue, but with an N) then lets meet up! I promise I won't actually talk about myself much because I want to learn all about both of you and the wedding day you want to remember forever.
You can also find me all over social media:
Now for some photos of me so you know who you're meeting with! Although in most I have a camera smooshed up to my face...