Engagement & Adventure Sessions

Engagement sessions are a great option for those wanting photos before their wedding day. These sessions give the flexibility to choose the perfect location, most flattering lighting, and clothing that reflect you the most. This is also a nice time to get to know your photographer a bit before the big day!

Couple sessions should be fun! We won't be doing cheesy poses with awkward half-smiles. My style focuses on capturing your relationship through real moments.


Engagement/ Couple Sessions: $750

Includes 1.5 hours of shooting anywhere in the Greater Vancouver area.

Adventure Session: $950

These sessions give us time to either drive somewhere out of the Greater Vancouver area, climb a mountain, scramble down to a waterfall, or do anything you can think of.

A few ideas: Mt. Cheam, The Chief, Mt. Seymour, Squamish Estuary, Sea to Sky Gondola.

Backcountry Camping Adventure *NEW: $1250

2-day adventure, camping in the backcountry. Ideas could be Panorama Ridge, Jones Lake, North Shore Mountains, Elfin Lakes.



Sample Shoots

Squamish Love Story

Mistery Lake Swim

Biking Stanley Park

Bucket Ideas

For couples feeling a bit more adventurous, here are a few shoot concepts I haven't tried yet but know would look amazing! If you pick an idea from this list and agree to be featured in my blog, they'll be priced as a standard session, you'll get a minimum of 30 minutes of extra shooting time. Once they're picked they'll be removed from the list!

- Seymour Demonstration Forest Biking (22km). We'll bike the entirety of the demonstration forest and stop at various spots along the way as well as Rice Lake.

-Mount Cheam: A stunning mountain in Chilliwack with green meadows and incredible views. Only accessible with a 4x4 vehicle. Available as a post-wedding adventure.

-Camping at Panorama Ridge. Very hard and long hike. Available as a post-wedding adventure too. *$750 instead of the regular $950.

-Rock Climbing. Don't have a clear vision for this shoot yet but I've been climbing for 3 years now and it could be cool to make it a part of a couples session!