The Art of Real Life
Embrace Today for Tomorrow

Amidst the simplicity, the rush, the chaos and the unpredictability of real life lies a treasure trove of beauty and wonder.

Fill your home with images that celebrate the life you’ve created and encourage your kids to always be true to who they are.

Sherwood Park family photographer | Baby with toy duck in mouth and having a sink bath

Be reminded daily of what you love in your family.
Inspire your kids to be proud of who they are and where they come from.
Show them how much you love them and everything you do for them.
Show them you were there every step of the way.
Be a part of your family memories.


I’m Marie-Pierre, an easygoing, open-minded and discreet family photographer documenting real life, honest stories, emotions and connections. A photo session with me is about letting go so everyone’s personality can shine. It’s a fun and relaxing way to treat yourself to some quality family time where all you need to worry about is go on with your life and be yourselves while I create art out of your everyday. It’s a way to create a true legacy for your children.

I photograph families in the greater Edmonton area including Sherwood Park, Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan, Beaumont, Devon, Leduc, St. Albert, Spruce Grove and beyond.

A photo session with Marie-Pierre is magical, intimate, and as funny as can be.

I’m always amazed by her photos. They are illuminated by her sensitivity, her attention to detail, her curiosity and her passion for her art.


Repeat client



Young boy and his father on their quads
Family of four on their quads


Outdoor family session

I launched my new website with a giveaway to end the strange summer of 2020 on a light note. Along with the giveaway came a special offer—you can now book a one-hour outdoor family session. ...

Two young girls wearing bike helmets are going down a hill in a pull wagon
Mother and toddler play scoop ball together as father and older daughter watch


Physical distancing photo session in Edmonton

End of May 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic had been going on for a little over two months in Alberta. I had stayed home and practiced social and physical distancing since the very beginning of the government ...

Boy jumping on the trampoline
Family making pancakes in the kitchen. Mother kissing daughter on the forehead.


They encourage their kids to be themselves

Jill and Natty have four kids ages 6 and under. Although their life must be crazy at times, they have a pretty laid back parenting style. They encourage their kids to be themselves and want them ...

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