HRM Photography's Unique and Intimate Wedding Photography Leads to Feature in Rich Bride Poor Bride Book

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Heavy media interest shows strong endorsement of personal approach to special day.

For a small company that was started just 5 years ago, HRM Photography is making large-scale headlines. So much so that although still a relatively young business, the company has 60 of their wedding pictures featured in the companion book to the hugely popular Rich Bride Poor Bride television series. Yet this is no 'in the right place at the right time' story - merely the culmination of a hugely successful 2007.

The number of weddings the company photographed in 2007 - over 100 - shows the hard work that HRM Photography has put in over the last 12 months. Impressive for any wedding photography company; even more so when you learn HRM consists of just founder Heather MacEachern and Lindsay Windebank, who joined Heather in 2005. Now, with the publicity tour of the book about to begin in earnest, these young women are preparing for some heavy media interest, particularly as the book itself is currently the #1 wedding planner on Amazon.

"The past 12 months have been incredible for us," says Heather. "We've photographed over 100 weddings, been featured in both Glow and WeddingBells Magazine, had our first cover on the January issue of The Wedding Ring magazine, and now the Rich Bride Poor Bride book. For such a young company these are huge achievements, so we feel especially proud and fortunate."

It's a pride that's well founded, as their feature in the Rich Bride Poor Bride book confirms. The television series that the book is based on is shown in 75 countries worldwide, with the US the latest country to fall for its charms. An indispensable guide for weddings to suit all budgets, it's Canada's most popular wedding television series, and to be featured in the accompanying book is high praise indeed for HRM Photography.

Their success can be attributed to the infectious enthusiasm that both Heather and Lindsay show to each and every client, no matter how big or small the wedding photography plans are. As a bride of only two years herself, Heather knows only too well how much difference the photographer can make, and it's a view shared by Lindsay, her business partner.

"We both realized quickly that we share a similar style, passion and approach when it comes to photographing weddings," says Lindsay on why she and Heather work so well together. It's this shared passion, combined with the fun and laidback personalities the two bring to each event, that continues to help HRM Photography stand out in a very strong and competitive industry.

As Heather herself points out, "Because we're both women under 30, and I'm still a relatively new bride myself, we know how important this day is to the bride and groom. So our style is unobtrusive; we capture the candid photographs as well as the more formal ones to offer a truly unique blend. But I think what really helps us stand out is the fact that we both truly love weddings." It's an approach that the experts at Rich Bride Poor Bride obviously agree with.

Founded in 2003 by Heather MacEachern after graduating with a BFA in Photography from Ryerson University and joined by Lindsay Windebank in 2005, HRM Photography provides a personal and intimate approach to your special day. Offering a rich vein of experience that includes Elle Magazine and the Toronto Star, and with widespread media interest and glowing reviews, the company is set to enjoy a successful 2008.

For additional information, please contact:
Heather MacEachern
HRM Photography
(519) 936-8977

Further details about HRM Photography are available at


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