Kevin Chung: Toronto Wedding Photographer
I was born in Taiwan, grew up in Vancouver and now live in Toronto, Canada. I love weddings almost as much as I love photography and I have been a professional photographer for 8+ years (since I was 20).
I’m equipped with the best in Canon gear, using redundancies at every step to protect your memories while expediting my workflow.
Congratulations, you’re getting married!
I truly believe that being a wedding photographer is a privilege as well as a humbling responsibility – thank you for visiting my website!
Simply put, my focus with wedding photography is to capture the genuine and candid moments between you and your loved ones, while documenting each of the beautiful and unforgettable events of your wedding day through an unobtrusive photo-journalistic and editorial approach.
A Relaxed Approach to Quality Wedding Photography
From the first wedding consultation to your big day, it’s all about you. My aim is to create a collection of timeless images that will stay in your family’s possession forever while you enjoy the experience of your wedding day.
With extensive portraiture and event photography experience, I can be summarized as a beauty specialist that takes pride in always “getting the shot” while keeping everyone in the room at ease. Documenting important moments comes naturally to me; I believe that the last thing you should worry about on your wedding day is your photographer.
If you like what you see, let’s sit down for a coffee – getting to know my couples is important to me and it would be my privilege to document your big day!
I am available for Vancouver and Toronto Wedding Photography (Wedding Engagements, Engagement Sessions, Bridal Sessions, Wedding Ceremonies and Receptions), as well as select Destination Wedding commissions.
For Toronto Wedding Packages, please visit my Investment page.
To me, the art of photography lies in the artist’s ability to not only see, but capture beauty in the modern immediacy of our everyday lives – whether inspiration lives in the splendour of a hardy flower thriving in winter or in the spontaneity that can define, at any given moment, our existence.
Photography is, in essence, the art of appreciation.