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Pitt Lake Engagement Session // Jeremy & Katrina

Fun adventures seem to happen with a general goal, idea and then a lot of awesome randomness. This is what this Engagement Session at Pitt Lake turned out to be for Jeremy, Katrina and myself…and it was such a blast. Katrina had mentioned that she wanted a mountainy/fieldy/nature feel. With those ideas in mind I searched for the right location and some awesome people on Facebook pointed me towards Pitt Lake…awesome! I looked online, seemed great! And then looked for an address to punch into Google maps; no address, no point to direct the driving was found. That is when the adventure started…how on earth to find someplace where you have an idea of where it is…but really don’t know exactly. We drove, were out of sorts a bit and then I got advice, again from awesome Facebook people, and we found out that getting to Pitt Lake was best the old fashioned way…drive and follow the signs. So so so worth it. I can hardly believe that I have lived in the Lower Mainland for a long time and have never been here. The air was fresh, the whole place seeped calm and warm fuzzy sweaters.

Jeremy and Katrina were such fun to be around. We laughed, she smiled at him…oh man…do they adore one another! And we explored. I am so excited to photograph their UBC Golf Course wedding this summer!! I walked away wishing all my evenings were spent like this…exploring creation and photographing people in love.

  • diane - June 2, 2014 - 10:34 am


  • […] day getting to celebrate this couples Vancouver Wedding. I was so happy to photograph them again (engagement session here) but I was also thrilled to be able to photograph around my old UBC stomping grounds. After their […]ReplyCancel

  • Carmen Wishlow - October 17, 2014 - 9:33 pm

    Love this session! Where was the pic taken where the really cool bare trees arc over them? I have been to pitt lake tons of times but have never found that spot while walking with the family? LOVE it!!! CarmenReplyCancel

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