I'm Lacey, I am a lifestyle, newborn, birth, family and wedding photographer in Whitehorse, Yukon. I am a mother to two sweet, fabulously determined little ones and married to my best friend.
I create in many different ways, but my excitement and drive in photography comes from creating sessions with clients that are meaningful to them - capturing those cherished, fun, and wild moments that make up our lives.
Gary & Brianne Bremmer
Together we are GBP Creative and we specialize in creating imagery that takes the everyday, and turns it into something meaningful.
We work with organizations and industries across the country to create marketing materials that help showcase what makes them unique and sets them apart from the crowd. Whether that's industrial companies, hospitals, not-for-profits, or Entrepreneurs, our images help showcase 'every day heroes' and the jobs they do.
Photography provides me with the excuse to adventure and provides me with an opportunity to tell interesting, important and inspiring stories. I hope that my photography inspires us to be empathetic humans, with compassion for people we don't understand, our natural world and the animals that share this small planet with us.I am very proud to be a fellow in the International League of Conservation Photographers, to be represented by National Geographic Image Collection and Minden Pictures stock agencies, and to be an ambassador for Panasonic Cameras.
A passion for photography has been instilled in Marty from an early age. His photographic education is largely self-taught, the result of experimentation and experience. A move to the Yukon in 2009 to work as a hiking guide in Kluane National Park allowed for countless opportunities to explore his enthusiasm for photography and the outdoors. The village of Haines Junction situated on the edge of the St. Elias Mountains and Kluane National Park continues to be his home.
"I use photography as a means for creative expression and as a medium to share an appreciation for the natural world. I enjoy capturing the subtleties in Nature that sometimes get overlooked."