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Jocelyn captured the essence of our wedding day with an intuitive sense of the details we would want to remember.  She sleuthed around during the ceremony so that we forgot she was there, but the photographs showed that she hadn't missed a beat.  Respectful of our choice to elope and our wish for an intimate day, Jocelyn brought the best vibes and her photographs feel like gifts.

— Julia Cooper & Tim MacLeod

 

 

 






Jocelyn is a wonderful person and a talented photographer with a unique eye. I booked a personal/private session with her and she walked the perfect line between intimate friendliness and professionalism. She listened to what I wanted and offered her own artistic suggestions for poses and shots while allowing me to act naturally and be myself. She has a calm and reassuring presence, and treats each photograph with attention and care. At the end I didn't just receive a batch of photos, I received beautifully composed works of art.

— Nisreen

 

 

 

 

 

Jocelyn was an absolutely amazing wedding photographer. Our guests - if they were lucky enough to spot her at work - dubbed her "The Wedding Ninja", because she was quick, silent, and somehow had the uncanny ability to be everywhere at once!

Jocelyn managed to capture the most important moments of our wedding, and was just as adept at snapping candids that we were thrilled to discover later, as she was at taking the more formal family portraits. Her style is calm, casual, and unobtrusive, and she put everyone at ease.

Looking back at our wedding album now, Jocelyn's shots capture not just the light and the colours, and the order of events as they happened, but the entire feeling of the day. Nothing looks staged yet everything looks beautiful.

We couldn't have asked for a better photographer.

— Neta & Trevor Jeffrey

 

 

 

Jocelyn Reynolds is a really amazing person and photographer.  She is not the type of photographer to simply communicate via e-mail, grab your shot list, and call it a day until the wedding.  She develops a personal rapport with her clients which truly shows through her documentary-style photography.  Without hesitation, we can say that she captured our event for what it was - an awesome, unforgettable night that we spent surrounded by people we love.  That feeling shines through every one of her shots.  We have nothing but love and appreciation to send Jocelyn for her amazing work!

— Steve Richter & Natalie Kaiser

 

 

 

 


Jocelyn Reynolds is without a doubt the most special wedding photographer there is, because she has the soul of a creative genius with the eye of a documentarian.  Her photos don't look like typical wedding photos because they aren't -- each is a work of art, capturing the feeling of what it was like to be there, every moment of the day (even the ones you didn't know happened!). Looking through Joce's pictures is exhausting, because you feel like you're there, reliving every second through the vividness and creativity of the photos she takes.

Not only do we now have the greatest wedding photos ever taken, but working with Jocelyn was an absolute joy.  She is a warm, easy-going and eminently reasonable human who was an incredibly fun and reassuring presence to have around on our wedding day.  Listen, we sat her at our head table because we loved hanging out with her so much!  Our recommendation is full-throated and unreserved -- Jocelyn Reynolds is simply the best.

— Ariel Lefkowitz & Sarah Friedlander

 

 


Jocelyn was our wedding photographer. She was a joy to work with, both accommodating and full of great ideas. She brought a calm, confident presence, at once professional and warm, to a very busy day.

The photos were absolutely beautiful. She captured the best of the day, including some very special moments we would've missed otherwise. They were delivered to us quickly, and she communicated well before, during, and after the event.

We would recommend her to anyone for any occasion. We're very grateful for everything, and her pictures will be treasured forever.

— Simon Borer & Karen Munk