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Pearson Air Museum Photography Workshop

Last spring I was asked to teach a Photographers Workshop in Vancouver.  I was so excited for the opportunity!  I love teaching almost as much as photography.  I put the word out and filled up within a day…what!  I knew I wanted to do something special and VINTAGE.  A photographer friend, Cheryl Boatman, introduced me to our models Lauren and Adam.  Lauren and Adam were married two years ago and did not get very many pictures at the time…they have them now and we all were thrilled to capture the love they share.  They were perfect fit for our “Vintage Airplane Wedding“.

We started our day at The Marshall House for an amazing lunch.  Loved the chance to tell my story and experiences of my past 10 years of shooting.  Even better loved the new connections and friendship we were all making before heading out for a full day of shooting.

The background for the workshop was Pearson Air Museum — a perfect place to have your wedding day!  The staff was more than helpful and beyond thrilled to have us.  I would throw out ideas that I thought would for sure end with a “NO”, but to my surprise, I would get a  “yes”.   A World War II plane on the runway…ummmmmmm YESSSSS!!  I just could not believe all the amazing details we were able to pull off because of the museum’s help.

Because this workshop was out of state many people helped out!!  Check out the web sites at the bottom for the vendor list.

The styling of the shoot was done by Jacey   (http://www.eventsbyjacey.com/).  I so hope to work with her again!!  I loved shopping with her for this event.  We became instant friends!!  Thanks Jacey for the hard work, you made it extra special!

Every amazing day starts with the "getting ready"

The AWESOME vendors!

Venue – Pearson Air Museum
Hair and Makeup – Stephanie Crawford, Essentials Spa & Salon
Event Designer – Simply Inspired Weddings and Events 
Florist – Alexis Aho
Stationery –  Invitations Ink
Frames – The Rustic Poppy
Cupcakes – Simply Sweet

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