Revelstoke Wedding Collective



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A passion to capture couples connecting with natural landscapes

The Revelstoke Wedding Collective is a group of creative artists. I provide wedding and videography services and connect you with talented floral designers, hair & Makeup artists and jewellers all based in Revelstoke, BC, Canada. I travel to the Kootenays, Okanagan and the Rockies offering wedding imagery and film services. During both winter and summer, Revelstoke attracts destination weddings from all over the world. Whether your dream destination wedding is on the ski hill, beside a beautiful blue-green lake with snow covered caps or in the forever green lush cedar forests, I will capture your wedding day in beautiful, creative, modern photographs. Browse the galleries for a taste of creative adventurous wedding ideas. Then contact me to start planning your dream mountain wedding.

my mantras

I photograph.


in a documentary way emotionally genuine, gathering the laughter and the hugs, the goosebumps, and the chattering eyes. And the tears; tears of joy or of longing, since all of them are love that pours out! Everything to then returns in the shape of memories so that, in every life turn, those moments may be lived again.


My calm, grounded and sparkly nature is contagious and gives your wedding day all the comfort, ease and empowerment you need.


I photograph using multiple tools: DSLR cameras, drone, GoPro and sometimes underwater cameras (for the water lovers) and always sees through my viewfinder with a passionate and generous eye powered by a full heart.


I thrive on  Connecting Brides with the best local vendors, to alleviate some of the coordination stress and to fullfill your dream wedding vision .


I will genuinly keep you having fun and you will be able to think back on your wedding day as unposed, fun and unforgettable.

Photography, like life, happens only in the present, and when we're at our best we proactive craft and create art that points people to the most astonishing, beautiful, and human moments- the ones that happen in a sliver, almost a moment within a moment, and are gone.
– david duchemin –




Letter from Agathe

Holding a passion for the world and an eye for the beauty it contains, Revelstoke-based, award-winning commercial, personal, and adventure photographer Agathe Bernard is on a continual journey to seek out and capture the beauty of this world – whether it’s the beauty of some of most extreme and pristine environments in the world, or the beauty of some of a person’s most personal moments. 

She specializes in female adventures in mountainous environments, ocean conservation and wedding photography. Among other work, she recently won "Best Nature Photographers of 2017" by National Geographic and filmed with them in Northwest Territories (Lotus Flower in Nahanni and Utah/Nevada desert). She made a short video about Leah Evans’s ski adventure in Iceland for Salomon and North face and contributed to Lynsey Dyer film Pretty Faces and Lexi Dupont Water Worshippers series. She won a scholarship from the Banff Mountain Film Festival and won second best film (awarded by National Geographic, Go Pro, BBC and Google Earth). She is currently working on two films. The first one showcasing a scientific expedition aboard Sea Dragon, a scientific vessel, correlating ocean plastic with human health in the Caribbean sea for a multiple of NGOs (Exxpedition, Five Gyres, Pangaea Exploration, United Nations). The second film is about pioneer glaciologist and photographer Mary Vaux working on the Illecillewaet Glacier in Victorian dresses.

Her purpose is to share her experience and knowledge as an earth scientist in an effort to inspire people to be responsible, innovative and proactive in their decision-making while empowering people to live the life they have always dreamed of. She is part of the Girls Do Ski as a photographer, where women are brought into the backcountry to develop personal and technical resilience techniques in the mountains. In addition to her camera lens, she also contributes a scientific lens and can quantifiably measure how our behavior affects the planet.

In the winter she formaly worked as a backcountry guide (tailguide) and is now working as a full-time professional photographer/filmmaker in the snowy British Columbia Mountains. Through years of exploring remote areas, she accumulated a lot of first aid experience and resilience in difficult situations from dealing with a hundred banditos in remote northern Peru and team kidnapping to exploring remote areas of the Arctic, always with a heavy pack on her shoulders.

She recently completed a graduate certificate in Environmental Education and Communication at Royal Roads University to refine her communication skills and learn how to build resilience within communities while bringing important messages in a positive, inspiring and hopeful manner.

She is Director of Communications for the North Columbia Environmental Society, an NGO located in the heart of the Columbia Mountains who aims at promoting community resilience, conservation and educating local populations. She contributes her visual work and scientific knowledge for other NGO’s with conservation and educational goals.

Agathe’s work was published in National Geographic, Canadian Mining Journal, Globe and Mail, Powder, FreeSkier, Ski Journal, Kootenay Mountain Culture, Highline, Mountaineer, Kootenay Business, Canadian and international newspapers. She has periodically discussed scientific findings and projects on the Canadian National radio CBC.

She was selected by Nikon as "100 of the best photos in 100 years". 

When not documenting life on our beautiful planet, she can be found in the mountains surrounding Revelstoke, BC or working by the ocean based in her solar-powered camper office.



Walk with the dreamers, the believers, the courageous, the cheerful, the planners, the doers, the successful people with their heads in the clouds and their feet on the ground. Let their spirit ignite a fire within you to leave this world better than when you found it.