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Nikkie & Aaron

Nikkie & Aaron’s wedding was held at the beautiful Rocky Crest Resort on Lake Joseph in Muskoka, Ontario. If you’ve never been to Muskoka in October, perhaps some of these photos will give you a taste of what you’re missing.

On a glorious fall afternoon Nikkie and Aaron put together a day to be remembered, surrounded by so much love and laughter. They brought loads of fun and enthusiasm to their engagement session this summer,  and a boat-load for the big day.


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Sarah + Andrew

Here are Sarah and Andrew, they can’t stop laughing and its infectious.

I’ve known Andrew for ten years and would see him almost every day. He always has a story, a joke, an insight. How happy it makes me to see him with such a beautiful, intelligent, and equally funny lady such as Sarah. I’m sorry to be missing your wedding, but I wish you all the best and a wonderful life together. xoxoxo

The joy of being Nikkie and Aaron

What is it that makes a great couple? The answer for many is elusive. Some of us spend our lives looking for the perfect connection, our perfect match. When I met Nikkie and Aaron it was clear immediately – their love is intimate and tender, it’s cheeky and playful, and it’s open for us all to see. Throughout this shoot they were like teenagers in love, giddy to be in each others presence and unafraid to express it, even though beforehand they told me how shy they are. Sorry guys, I just don’t see it. Your October Muskoka wedding can’t come soon enough.


India on Film


On January 2nd, 2013 I boarded a plane for India, something I’ve wanted to do for over a decade. The last time I booked a flight to India, 9/11 happened two days before my departure and I ended up in Vietnam instead. But this time nothing stopped my attempt. I landed in Dehli, and skipped directly over to Udaipur, Rajasthan to begin my journey. As a photographer I spent a lot of time thinking about what gear to take, and eventually left my usual “wedding kit” at home. Instead of taking the Canon 5D’s, I took my iPhone 5 and my trusty Leica M6, a 35mm f1.4 lens and a bunch of film. These photos are the Leica/film view of my trip, which lasted about 3 and a half months. However the iPhone quickly became the primary vehicle for documenting my travels, uploading around 10 photos a day to Instagram.

This trip felt long, but in retrospect was not nearly long enough. India is such a massive place, both geographically and culturally. That’s why this fall I again plan to travel through India, but also Sri Lanka and hopefully Nepal.

These photos are moments captured throught my trip, not exactly telling a cohesive story, but representing India as I experienced it. They are glimpses into and incredible and beautiful place and the people who live there.


GillianSeptember 11, 2013 - 7:21 am

Couldn’t help but look through these glorious photos again. You have a real talent Greg! Amazing and beautiful work.

Greetings from India!

Hello there, I am posting here to tell you that I will be travelling from January 2nd until some time near the end of April. I will be in India and will have periodic access to email.

If you are interested in talking to me about your 2013 wedding, please send an email and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Thanks, and have a great winter!


It’s elemental – The beautiful Muskoka wedding of Kirstyn & Marino


The wilderness is all about the elements – clear water, lichen-covered rock, crisp air, sunshine, rain, majestic trees, birds chirping, stillness. Into this perfect setting Kirstyn and Marino brought their own essential elements – family and friends from around the world, bonfires and sparklers, beautiful memories of loved ones lost and, of course, their love and tenderness for each other.

Another element that became evident is the friends and family who know how to own a dance floor. Just when I thought the dancing was going to taper off, it would explode in a fresh wave of moves being busted by young and old. They came to get down, and get down they did.


VannaSeptember 23, 2012 - 5:07 pm

amazing Greg you did it again. the pictures are beautiful.

Cristina BoghossianSeptember 23, 2012 - 6:26 pm

Greg, man, you did it again. Absolutely beautiful. Kirstyn and Marino look amazing, and you did such a great job. I cant wait to see the rest. Looking forward to seeing you again. :)


MarinoSeptember 25, 2012 - 8:12 am

Pictures are beyond awesome…shared the link with a few people and already the main theme is: ‘best wedding photo’s i have ever seen’. You definitely captured the moments among all the elements! Also loved the blurb at the beginning…who knew…Gregory White photographer and creative writer extraordinaire!!!!

Thanks again!

Laeticia + Jelani

Once in a while I meet some people who simply reaffirm my faith in the human spirit. Laeticia and Jelani and their family are such people. Full of affection for each other, full of a sense of fun and adventure, and not minding when I take them through a rainstorm to a strange spot under a highway for photos. I had such a great time with you all and am glad we got to re-live your fun engagement shoot but on a much bigger scale. Here are some highlights from their rainy-day wedding in Mississauga, Toronto, and Vaughan.

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Cristina BoghossianAugust 15, 2012 - 3:45 pm

Seriously Greg. Commission. ;). Jelani! Congrats! Tell Anwar I said hi!!

JulieAugust 15, 2012 - 5:38 pm

Beautiful pictures for beautiful people. Great memories and more to come…
Julie, Greg and Troy

gregoryAugust 15, 2012 - 7:06 pm

Cristina, I appreciate your referrals more than you could possibly know. Because of amazing people like you I am able to do what I love doing, and build a wonderful network of clients and friends. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Kareena + Ben

On one of the hottest days of the year Kareena and Ben got hitched. I met them almost exactly a year ago while photographing Kareena’s cousin‘s wedding in Cuba. I find it funny that Cuba in August and London, Ontario in August are about the same temperature. But everyone soldiered on through the blazing heat and enjoyed every moment. The day was a wonderful blend of touching and hilarious moments; sweet sentimentality and a rousing celebration of this lovely couple. Thank you so much for having me there, and for treating me like family.

VannaAugust 9, 2012 - 2:02 pm

You done fine. What amazing pictures Greg. Thank you for capturing such an amazing day so beautifully.

Susanne FelkerAugust 9, 2012 - 5:18 pm

Hi Greg,
We loved you in Cuba and you captured Cristina’s wedding so beautifully. I was very excited when Kareena & Ben asked you to shoot their wedding. You captured everything so beautifully and with an artistic eye. We always want you to feel like you are family.
The Felkers

TinaAugust 10, 2012 - 7:40 am

You clearly are part of the family Greg! What a beautiful job, of course it must be easy with such beautiful models. lol. xox see you in september!

KareenaAugust 21, 2012 - 3:22 pm


Thank you for taking such amazing pictures of our wedding. Since the day was such a blur I am so thankful that I can look back and appreciate the day even more with your stunning images. I love how clean and vivid the shots are. Thank you for making me one happy bride! We cannot wait to see the rest.


Susanne FelkerSeptember 30, 2012 - 12:07 pm

Dear Greg,

Dad & I just saw all the pictures you took of Ben & Kareena’s wedding. We were blown away.
These pictures brought everything back to us, it was like reliving the moments.
It was so great to see the things we were not present for as well.
You thought to take pictures of the tiniest detail. Thank goodness for we were all in a daze that day with the excitement.
Thank you! Thank you!