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  • Welcome to the JCLAYPHOTO Toronto Wedding & Engagement Photography Blog

    Hello everyone, and thanks for stopping by - My name is Jeremy, a Toronto wedding photographer & photojournalist. is dedicated to creating some of the highest quality wedding works in Canada; focused on capturing gorgeous, fashion-forward images that not only tell the story of a wedding, but push the creative boundaries of the industry as a whole. From their engagement to their wedding day and beyond, it is here you will find the imagery of our clients, their families, and sometimes ourselves, as well.

    Enjoy your stay.

    - Jeremy Clay. Lead Photographer

Katy & Alex – Wedding Photos at the Berkeley Street Church

Katy and Alex hosted an absolutely stunning wedding recently, and we were lucky enough to be there to capture it. I can’t help but feeling a very ‘motion picture’ type of style in these shots, from the venue to the gown, to the bride and groom themselves. Truly a remarkable day! Thanks as always to Andy K., who’s work you see in plenty of the shots below along with mine.
- Jeremy Clay

We were lucky to have a lot of space to work with the gents.

A more edgy set of ports for the guys, with a ‘new Hollywood’ feel.

Our lovely bride.

The stunning gown.

Drama, drama, drama!

So much to love – so much emotion.


What an awesome venue. Cheers to the Berkeley for a great setup!

Such a warm, comfortable and romantic mood.

Killer shot by my secondary.

One of the boys group shots.

The next three shots show the benefit of a greats econd shooter. This image is his – from a different angle, tucked away.

..whereas this one is more classic and ‘direct’. It makes for two completely different (but similar) shots.


This is so cool it doesn’t even look real.


Final speech of the night.

Powerful. So in love with this.


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Amy Cable-Gilmour - April 16, 2014 - 5:58 pm


aron goss - April 16, 2014 - 2:55 pm

‘nother level type stuff here.

Carla & Fernando – Creative Engagement Sesh in Markham

I’m not going to mince words – this winter has lead to the most schedule re-arranging I think we’ve ever experienced here at Jeremy Clay Photography. It’s certainly understandable, too – a lot of couples were not expecting it to get into the -30′s with windchill when it’s March, and very few would want to shoot in such chilly conditions. Thankfully, we were granted a reprieve from the deep freeze for Carla & Fern’s engagement photos in Unionville, Markham. We try to keep our sessions unique, a little something different for each couple, and I’m loving how this set came out – the ‘horror-skate’ shot is goign to come in as an all-time favourite, no doubt. Cheers guys for a great time!

- Jeremy Clay

I cannot state how much I love this.

Something just warm and natural about seeing them together.

Awesome, love this.

Pretty much a perfect day:D

True story – we had to somewhat mug a little child to borrow their sled, after which Carla challenged – and lost – to another child racing. Their parents’ were cool though..!

I did not instruct this haha


Kind of a Eternal Sunshine… send-up.

One for the family.

Aron Goss - April 1, 2014 - 8:29 pm

Awesome buddy. Love this session so much.

Jeremy Clay - April 1, 2014 - 7:55 pm

Carla Korpijaakko & Fernando – engagement session. :)

Andy & Elizabeth – Wedding Photos at the Rosewater Room in Toronto

This is a story, of ‘lizbeth and Andy,

presented in photos, their wedding, quite dandy

My skillset with rhmying seems mere more squwaking,

so cease with the wordplay – the pictures are talking.

Thank you again guys for a great event! Secondary photography by the always awesome Andy K.


Images like this define ‘proper’ wedding reportage, in my opinion – genuine, heartfelt moments that truly make you feel the ‘vibe’ of the event.



The Rosewater Supper Club makes for a lovely backdrop.

haha Andy hits this single-barrel gun and I was lucky enough to be in the right spot.

Cold but stunning Toronto.


Dragged them away from migling for a quick snap. The light here was perfect.

The hardware.

First dance. My secondary shooter Andy kicking butt as usual with this stunning shot…

…and while Andy (my Andy, not groom Andy) shot tighter, I shot storytelling. I wonder if this little girl will remember this dance when she’s old enough to want to be married?

Kissing game – follow the leader and do what we do. Success!


If someone ever tells you Jenga at a wedding is a *bad* idea, they are a darned liar. This was amazing!

Feeling the vibes of DJ Jovie J – – kept things spinning hard all night.

Our parting shot. Thank you both for an awesome night!

Suzie Henderson - March 24, 2014 - 2:51 pm

Those shots are amazing! Very hip, very urban, and very candid. You could feel the energy through these photos.

Sharon Lawrie - March 24, 2014 - 2:45 pm

Congratulation to you both, very handsome groom, and beautiful bride. Thanks for sharing.

Jackie Teixeira - March 23, 2014 - 10:35 pm

The pictures look amazing. You guys look great. We had a great time.

Grace Pintao - March 23, 2014 - 9:44 pm

Beautifull pictures !

Marie Sophie Daly - March 21, 2014 - 5:26 pm

What amazing photos – love them! Really captured the fun you guys were having. You both looked great!