Vantage Engagement Session | Kelsey & Brad

May 2, 2022

Couple kisses at sunset in the desert of washington state

When my couples are down for an adventure that always gets my creative juices flowing! I was super stoked when Kelsey & Brad chose to have a Vantage engagement session out in the deserts of eastern Washington. Western Washington is notorious for rain, clouds, and overall yucky weather, but if you hop over the east side, you can *almost* always find the sunshine. Vantage is a super popular climber area, with tons of rocks for scaling, you’ll always see a few of them out while you’re shooting.

We started Kelsey and Brad’s session with their two perfect pups! Not seen here is our dog wrangler Samantha who came in clutch during our session. These two pups could definitely take over the spotlight and definitely took advantage of it.

Kelsey and Brad are some of the most hilarious people I’ve had the honor of photographing. Extremely quick-witted and with a love for banter, this session was very entertaining as well as gorgeous. These two plan on eloping in the Olympic National Park this spring, so of course, we had to have some epic engagement sessions to go along with it. Despite it being an extremely windy day, these two rocked their session (pups included)!

I cannot wait for their elopement this spring, but until then, enjoy this peek into their Vantage engagement session.


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ABOUT sarah

Hello, there! I'm Sarah and I'm a wedding photographer who believes in giving a damn in both life & business. 

Skipping over the part where I picked up a camera, decided to be a photographer and my parents told me to get a 'real job', I truly found a love for storytelling once I got into weddings. Weddings are these multifaceted microcosms of stories and relationships that continue to keep me fascinated and excited about capturing them.