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Nicole Plett is a documentary and editorial photographer harnessing the nostalgic and imperfect characteristics of analogue mediums to capture weddings. With ten years experience, Nicole Plett invites those who step in front of her lens to feel at ease and trust that the most beautiful things come as they are.

How would you describe your style?

My eye for beauty reaches across the spectrum of stylish affairs to the simple and mundane moments, captured through my unique point of view. I approach a wedding day with a documentary sensibility limiting my interference in the day and events and instead, capture the honest moments as they unfold. My editorial experience comes into play in order to help guide my couples and create timeless imagery with an artful perspective.

Where are you based?

I am based in Canada.

Do you travel for weddings?


What inspires you?

My biggest inspiration comes from fashion photography, as well as documentary photography that sheds light and an interesting perspective on the simple and small moments of the everyday.

How would you describe your working style?

I approach most wedding days with a documentary sensibility - meaning that I am non-intrusive to the moments of the day as they unfold. However, when it comes to portraits, I lend a hand in gently guiding and posing couples in a way that feels natural and effortless.

Do you shoot digitally, on film or both?

I am a hybrid photographer working with both digital and analogue formats.

Do you have custom packages according to individual needs?

Each package is custom built, depending on the schedule and desires of each couple.

Where would you love to travel to for work?

I am often travelling to Europe and my dream is to photograph nuptials in Japan.

Who is your dream client?

I love working with clients who enjoy fashion and design however, their top priority is living in the moment and truly being present for each aspect of their wedding day.

What is your advice to couples getting married?

Enjoy the day, breathe deeply, allow things to unfold as they unfold. Don’t stress about the details. The most important thing is to be able to look back and remember all of the wonderful emotions you felt and the experience you shared with your partner.


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