a little bit about Amy & Jeff
Left of Centre Photography Services is a unique, service oriented company formed in early 2004 by photographers Amy Douglas and Jeff Wilkinson. After meeting and working together for two years at a large Toronto studio, they formed LOCPS to provide a different option to the high volume studio - an option where the approach is relaxed yet professional, where fun and frivolity are captured, and where the client experience and their needs are paramount.
Together, Amy and Jeff form a dynamic pair that offers an enthusiastic photography team to tackle any project. Utilizing the latest in digital photography techniques, Left of Centre Photography Services is tailored for the client who expects quality. From the initial contact to the completion of the work, the bottom line for Amy and Jeff will always be the complete satisfaction of their clients.
Since its inception, LOCPS has been located in the historic downtown of Georgetown, Ontario. They moved into their first location on Mill Street in September of 2004, and quickly outgrew the store. Exactly one year later, Amy and Jeff moved the business into 124 Main Street South, turning the downstairs into a vibrant office and studio space, built a stunning outdoor portrait garden, and lived upstairs!
Their current location (and last one, according to Jeff!) is also on Main Street South - 159, to be exact - in a wonderful Arts and Crafts style home that dates back to 1923. From this home base, Amy and Jeff are able to provide a cozy and comfortable studio environment for indoor sessions – as well as a wonderful outdoor portrait garden, which backs onto a stunning wooded ravine. Although only a scant forty-five minute drive from Toronto, the surrounding farm land and natural beauty of the town makes one feel like you’re a lot further away from the big city.
After photographing countless weddings, Amy and Jeff themselves were married in 2008, and in 2009 welcomed their first child - a son named Quinn, followed shortly after by their daughter Savannah in 2012. Although they are not quite old enough to join the company as photographers (although Q tries), they've been known to act as comic relief at sessions, and seem to know what to do in front of the camera...sometimes!