Four year wait for wedding photos continues for Ontario couple

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Four years after wedding, bride still has no pictures
WATCH ABOVE: Monique Faulknor-Bramwell paid $2,500 for wedding photography to an Ajax, Ont. man four years ago. But despite the up-front payment, she has still not yet received the photo albums or video he promised. As Sean O'Shea reports, the photographer is nowhere to be found – Mar 17, 2016

TORONTO — A Brampton, Ont. couple who paid $2,500 in advance for their wedding photos have been waiting almost four years and still don’t have the albums they contracted for.

“I expected a complete package,” said Monique Faulknor-Bramwell, who told Global News that her photographer has not answered emails or phone call inquiries for about two years.

“If I didn’t pay, I would understand–but I did pay,” she said, adding that she does have a copy of a book of photo “proofs” provided by the photographer.

But Faulknor-Bramwell said the fee she paid was supposed to include several photo albums and a CD of pictures taken by photographers at the wedding.

Her photographer, Dennis St. George Henry, runs a company called INR Photography. His office, located within Fuzion Banquet Hall in Mississauga, was vacant when Global News paid a visit.

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Fuzion’s owner, Minesh Dattani, said St. George Henry was evicted several months ago for unpaid rent.

“Dennis was a really nice guy initially, but he hasn’t paid rent for a long time,” said Dattani. He acknowledged that other customers have come looking for St. George Henry in recent months.

St. George Henry returned a call from Global News insisting he delivered the photo books to Fuzion.

“We gave them those books. I’m telling you,” he said.

But Faulknor-Bramwell, contacted after St. George Henry made those comments, said the pictures were never provided.

“I didn’t do them personally. They were delivered through Fuzion. I’m telling you they were,” said St. George Henry.

Asked why he didn’t answer calls or return emails from Faulknor-Bramwell for more than two years, St. George Henry explained “she was very rude to us.”

St. George Henry agreed to meet Global News to further explain his point of view.

“I need to clear this up.”

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