Tag Archives: Rhia Amio

Victoria and Jason’s Wedding at Eagles Nest Golf Club – Toronto Raptors and Blue Jays Sports Fans

Even though Victoria and Jason live in Calgary now, they’re still die-hard Toronto Raptors and Blue Jays fans. Jay had Toronto Raptors cuff links personalized with his initials and Vic surprised him with a little red raptor popping out of the wedding cake! Jay also has a massive and growing collection of sporting athlete bobbleheads, […]

Christopher Luk Toronto Wedding Portrait Lifestyle Event Photographer - Eagles Nest Golf Club Outdoor Ceremony Toronto Raptors Blue Jays Sports Fans Natural Candid Photojournalistic Bride Groom Bouquet Smile Happy Veil

View full post »

Karen and Scott’s Outdoor Summer Wedding – Miller Lash House Historic Estate Event Venue at University of Toronto UTSC

When I first met Karen and Scott, we talked about their interests and Karen had mentioned her love for all things Harry Potter. So, for the wedding day, the gentlemen wore something small and simple: “Harry Potter glasses” pins. On the flip side, I was surprised that Scott didn’t wear a Spiderman costume underneath his […]

Christopher Luk 2015 - Karen and Scott's Wedding - Miller Lash House University Toronto Scarborough UTSC Outdoor Summer Ceremony Reception - Bride Groom Photojournalistic Candid Natural Relaxed Walking Path

View full post »

Dinithi and Steve’s Wedding – Estates of Sunnybrook & Markham Museum – Toronto Wedding & Event Photographer

Dinithi and Steve both live in England, so they had quite the distance to travel to get to Toronto! Along with that, they brought England’s signature damp and rainy weather along with them! (Okay, maybe more like a constant torrential downpour!) Many loving family members and friends from overseas came to celebrate their wedding day […]

Christopher Luk 2013 - Dinithi and Steve's Wedding - Estates of Sunnybrook Markham Museum - Toronto Wedding Event Photographer - Bride and Groom Relaxed Creative Portrait Session Candid Photojournalistic Sitting Talking Smile Historic Venue Conservation Area

View full post »