Erika and Fraser's NYE wedding might be the most lively and fun party I've been to to ring in the new year.

The funny thing is, Fraser called his friend (and wedding MC) a few months beforehand at 3am in a panic sharing that he feared no one was going to dance at the wedding. Cut to 10pm on the day of and I'm in a crowd of sweaty, boozy wedding guests partying like it's 1999. We even got a free fireworks show at midnight that everyone enjoyed from the Globe and Mail building's terrace.

Many of my favourite pictures from this one are straight out of camera JPEGS, taken with direct flash from my Fuji x100v. When I look at these images, they feel exactly how it felt to be there.

It was an honour to photograph a wedding at my home church, Little Trinity Anglican, with a friend, the Reverend Canon Tim Haughton, officiating and several members of the Little T family in attendance. It wasn't a cold December 31, but it was dark, cloudy and rainy, which turned out to be kind of serendipitous because it's Fraser's favourite.

Both Erika and Fraser have a ton of heart, they are quick to smile and laugh, and although it was a large wedding, they made time for everyone.