Toronto Family Photography: The Tucker-Cordeiro Family

The story of how I ended up shooting a Toronto family photography session for the Tucker-Cordeiro family is a long one; but boy am I ever glad that I had a chance to work with them!

I love having giveaways and hosting contests; I think that giving back to the people who helped make you a success is important.  In the hustle and bustle of the modern day world, we sometimes forget to take time to say thank you – I do my best to not only take that time but offer a little something special every now and then to my friends and fans.

So how did I meet the Tucker-Cordeiro’s?  After announcing a winner for our ‘Just Because’ photography giveaway. the original winner never contacted me to claim their prize!  I drew a second name, contacted that person and set a date for the session.  When the week of the session rolled around they too, cancelled.  I understand – life can get busy – but I never thought anyone would give up the opportunity to have their memories captured on film!  So, back to the drawing board…. I was bound and determined to find someone to photograph.  I went back to the original entrants of the contest and drew a third name: Ashley Cordeiro!  Tah-dah!  Within 2 days I had the Tucker-Cordeiro family infront of my camera at the Kleinburg railway station for a Toronto family photography session.

(By a huge coincidence, Chad – Ashley’s partner – was part Stephanie & Jason’s wedding party.  I shot Stephanie and Jason’s Mississauga City Hall wedding last summer.  Small world, no?)

Kleinburg railway station photography by Ten·2·Ten Photography
Kleinburg railway station photography by Ten·2·Ten Photography
Kleinburg railway station photography by Ten·2·Ten Photography
Kleinburg railway station photography by Ten·2·Ten Photography
Kleinburg railway station photography by Ten·2·Ten Photography
Kleinburg railway station photography by Ten·2·Ten Photography
Kleinburg railway station photography by Ten·2·Ten Photography

“Families are the compass that guide us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter.”

 -Brad Henry

Kleinburg railway station photography by Ten·2·Ten Photography