Hi, I am Alison Berk!
I am an award winning photographer living in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. I have been a professional photographer since 2000. I am a proud member of the Professional Photographers of Canada. I am a wife, as well as a mom to two little boys, Griffin and Lincoln.
“Alison took our first pictures in 2001 for our wedding. She has taken our girls pictures every year since they were born (2003) and many family pictures over the years as well.
Over the last 18 years, we have loved every single one! Alison takes a lot of pride in her work, and it shows. During photo shoots she is patient, and so much fun! She knows how to put you at ease to capture the moment.
She continues to educate herself to keep competitive and up to date in the industry.”
—Kaimee and Larry Jorgenson
“Alison has taken pictures of my family for a number of years. To say that I have always been pleased with the results is an understatement! Alison has fantastic ideas for locations, she is great with children (both young and old!) and is a pleasure to deal with. If you are looking for pictures for any occasion that will truly be treasured for years to come you will not be disappointed with Imagin!”
—The Lemmerich Family
“Alison’s commitment to capture my graduation day created stunning pictures that brought my vision to life! She was so much fun to work with and I enjoyed my session.”
—Emily Bunko - Class of 2019
“Everything Alison does is nothing short of amazing. I first met her back in 2011 when she photographed my best friends wedding. Since then, she has been my gal for capturing beautiful photos of my 'hard to photograph' twins. Somehow, she gets it perfect everytime. She is a true professional. My only regret- not hiring Alison sooner!”
“We’ve had the opportunity to work with Alison to capture many different times in our lives. Whether it’s been newborn photos, holiday sessions, or family photos just because, Alison is always great to work with. She puts all of us at ease and always manages to capture who we are.”
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