Hello friends!

i'm so glad you're here!

I'm Maiya- an adventurous wedding and family photographer based in Vancouver, British Columbia. I document couples and families who love to explore together, chase some sunsets, and laugh until their stomachs hurt!

I want to capture you, exactly as you are. So that one day, when someone’s looking at a photograph of you, they smile and say “that right there, is exactly what they were like.”

Learn More About Me!

YOU, EXACTLY AS YOU ARE


The first thing you need to know about me is that I will never have you stand stiffly and force a smile at the camera.

I want my sessions to feel like a breath of fresh air- we're going to laugh, dance around, and drink in the views. There will be piggyback rides, soft kisses, and lots of snuggling. I'm here to document you and your love, exactly how it is.


I am a lover of all love. Everyone is welcome and celebrated in front of my camera 🌈

YOU, EXACTLY AS YOU ARE


The first thing you need to know about me is that I will never have you stand stiffly and force a smile at the camera.

I want my sessions to feel like a breath of fresh air- we're going to laugh, dance around, and drink in the views. There will be piggyback rides, soft kisses, and lots of snuggling. I'm here to document you and your love, exactly how it is.


I am a lover of all love. Everyone is welcome and celebrated in front of my camera 🌈

The Giveback Project

I'm so excited to be donating 5% of my session fees every month from family, couple, graduation, and engagement sessions, as a tiny way to give back to my community. Each month I will be donating that 5% to a new cause or organization, and I'm so excited to share them all with you guys!

2021

April- BC Children's Hospital, Oncology Initiative (In memory of Danielle Hoult)

May & June- Indian Residential School Survivor Society

July & August- Crossroads Hospice Society (In memory of Diane Wong)

Today and every day, I would like to acknowledge that I am privileged to live, work, and play as an uninvited guest on the unceded, traditional territory of the Coast Salish Peoples.