Cassandra is a world renowned, multi award-winning baby and child photographer based in Grande Prairie, Alberta. She is best known for her outdoor baby and child portraits and draws much of her outdoor inspiration from her childhood spent on a remote farm in northern Alberta.
Her deep appreciation for the experiences that comprise our lives, coupled with her background in clinical psychology, has led Cassandra to develop a unique photographic style with deep roots in storytelling. Cassandra is passionate about using her platform to share photographs and stories that aim at creating awareness and uniting people around the world to work toward global understanding and equality for all.
In addition to serving photography clients in her local community, she travels the world, teaching fine-art photography workshops. Hundreds of people around the globe have benefited from her honest, detailed, hands-on approach.”
“Photography is so special to me, it is deep in my soul. It is an absolute honour to be chosen to represent Canada in the World Cup again. It is so surreal – the love and camaraderie of Canada celebrating together.”
2022 – Portrait
“You will Always Be My Baby” I had the honour of photographing 102-year-old Thelma and her magnificent daughter. Their deep love for one another served as a poignant reminder that no matter how far along we are in our life journey, our babies are always our babies and we always need our mamas.
2020 – Portrait
World Top 10, Bronze Medal
It is easy to underestimate just how difficult it can be to scout the right location, wait for the perfect light, create a compelling natural composition, and time a moment such as this with a small child. Apple trees are one of the many nostalgic symbols of my childhood and inspired this image. This is a single image capture that was shot on a particularly smoky Alberta evening. Wildfire smoke obscured the sunlight just enough to create an iridescent glow in the foliage. It is one of my favourite images, and it really means the world to have this image recognized on such a large scale.