Hey there! I am Justine Milton & I am a fine art film photographer. I love sitcoms, sour candies and shoes! I love that I get to meet new people and capture life long memories. My super cute boyfriend, Alan Carey is my second shooter, film loader & assistant. Together we travel all over the world capturing weddings. Between the two of us we’ve been to 28 countries, can get by in 4 languages, and (because of my love of shoes) own 43 pairs of shoes.
My style is a mix of fine art and photojournalism. I capture naturally beautiful moments as they happen. I don’t force things, and the results are photographs as unique and beautiful as you are.
Justine Milton, B.Des is a professional photographer with many years of experience in the wedding industry. From her roots in photojournalism, Justine has developed her own unique style of fine art photography. She has attended workshops taught by some of the most renowned names in photography, most recently the Erich Mcvey workshop (California) and the Jose Villa workshop (Mexico). Justine has been recognized for her abilities in countless magazines & online publications.
At 5 years old, Justine moved to Saudi Arabia, then on to Dubai a few years later. Upon her return to Canada, Justine channeled her creative ability into a Bachelor of Design degree at the University of Alberta, where she was first trained in film photography.
Justine prides herself on her unique style of photography and her ability to predict when a beautiful moment is about to happen. She’s also very proud of her 5 pairs of Christian Louboutin shoes and her 2 pairs of Pradas.
Alan Carey is an engineering student with a passion for photography. He learned film photography & developing in high school, bought his first DSLR camera at 15, and eventually jumped into wedding photography. He found Justine before developing too many bad habits and has been her assistant/second shooter ever since. Alan’s photographic style has evolved along with Justine’s, making him the perfect complement to her.
Alan’s roots are in the Bahamas & southwestern Ontario, both of which he visits frequently. He is currently in his final year of the mechanical engineering program at the University of Alberta.
Alan’s favorite part of the wedding day is the guys getting ready. “The guys are actually very subtle. A crisp, well-tailored suit, freshly polished shoes, a perfectly imperfect tie knot, a clean shave, maybe a sip of something dark before heading out the door… Each guy has a very personal ritual and it’s incredible to get to capture that.”