“Em, can you put your stuff in the back” That’s what Kevin asked Emily-Jane just as she tucked herself into her sleeping bag. They were camping with Em’s parents and the tent they were in had two sections one of which they kept their supplies in. A little annoyed because she was nice and cozy she zipped open the other section and there was a sign taped front and center with the words “Will You Marry Me” written on it.
When Emily asked for some suggestions for their engagement photos I suggested the Evergreen Brick Works. It had been a while since I had been there so I was happy when she enthusiastically agreed. Emily-Jane also wanted some urban shots and with downtown Toronto just a 10 minutes’ drive away it worked out perfectly. We parked under Yonge & Dundas Square walked around the area which brought us through Toronto Eaton Centre and over to Old City Hall.