PostShy Photography is a wedding photography service operating out of Kingston, Ontario, that also serves surrounding areas. Hannah Ellsworth is the owner and lead creative behind this business, and she takes immense pride in documenting couples’ romantic occasions. She began her journey many years ago when she became fascinated with wildlife as a teenager. Today, she is a professional with a great deal of experience who is skilled at preserving scenes of marital bliss.
An innovative and creative individual, Hannah is well-placed to do justice to all of her clients’ special wedding occasions. She likes to help to-be-weds feel comfortable under the camera’s gaze, and she is keen to focus on as much of the milestone as she can. The minute details of the wedding dress design and close-ups of the flowers feature as prominently as the ceremony photos or the romantic couple portraits. A photojournalistic approach is also key to the work of PostShy Photography, something made clear by Hannah’s background as a newspaper photographer. Owing to her adventurous and versatile nature, this professional is more than willing to work in a variety of settings. Flexible and accommodating, she can work from the top of a mountain, at a lakeside setting, or most places her clients feel at ease. Her mission is to weave a narrative into eye-catching images so that couples can feel relaxed and full of genuine emotions. Other features include:
- A one-event-per-day policy
- Boudoir sessions
- Engagement photoshoots
- Digital files
One event per day, 2nd shooter, add'l hours, boudoir shoot, custom graphics, engagement shoot, high-res, liability insurance, multi. locations, slideshow, toning, trash the dress
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You want to celebrate your love, and I think that's amazing! I believe that every couple deserves the opportunity to celebrate their love - whether that's privately or with the world!
The first time I ever picked up a camera was in high school, when I began documenting wildlife behind my house to help in reducing urban development and its disruption of wildlife habitats.
From there, I continued to learn about photography and the subjects that made me passionate; I was drawn to connecting with people through photographing them. I learned that I had a passion for documentary style photography, especially when working with people, wildlife, and travel subjects.
My experience includes working for Kingston This Week Newspaper and Absynthe Magazine as a staff journalist and photographer, as well as a second shooter for Quirky Love Photography. In post-secondary I studied Journalism and Marketing and worked in the Marketing department of Trent University during my studies.
After my post-secondary studies, I worked as the National ReStore Volunteer & Marketing Coordinator at Habitat for Humanity Canada, where I continued to develop my skills in photography and marketing, as well as administration, human resources and business development.
When I'm not working with photography clients, I continue to work in marketing as the Digital Media Associate at Italo-Canadian Club of Kingston wedding venue.
My mom was always the one with a camera at family gatherings and on every vacation. With an entire wall filled with photo albums, it really was no surprise when I felt the urge to pick up a camera at a young age.
As someone with no ability to create art with my hands, photography was a fantastic way for me to capture the beautiful things in life as opposed to trying - and failing - to draw, sketch, or paint them.
Currently, this is all a side gig of mine (for now). Outside of film, photography, and design, I work as a full-time Banquet Director at the Italo-Canadian Club of Kingston.
720 Victoria Street K7K4S7 Kingston (Ontario)