Sam + Amy

Seattle, Washington

These two were an absolute joy to work with and new exactly the shots they wanted, knew how to pose for the shots they wanted and knew the spots they wanted to shoot at. This was technically an engagement session for these two with their actual marriage to take place in Korea a month later but with their wedding attire it seemed fitting to showcase their session amongst our wedding portfolio. Having attended college at the University of Washington, Amy was familiar with the campus and all the pretty locations there that she wanted to shoot at for their University of Washington wedding photography shots.

We started at the Suzzallo Library (we’d looked up University of Washington wedding photography examples and this library showed up in all the research, it is BEAUTIFUL) on campus that has a beautiful stairway leading from the ground floor to the library floor that has beautiful lighting pouring in from the windows adorning the stairway. From there we moved to the library portion that has beautiful vaulted ceilings and chandeliers hanging throughout capped off with floor to ceiling windows all around. After we’d gotten some beautiful photos in the Suzzallo Library, we continued around campus until we came to the fountain where we grabbed some beautiful images. A bystander insisted on a selfie with the couple before we proceeded to the next locations with stairs and beautiful entryways.


We capped off our session in the grassy common area with photos on the bench. They were such a great couple to work with and we loved getting to explore the University of Washington campus with them to capture these beautiful engagement/wedding photos with them.


The University of Washington was a beautiful campus and we’d love to come back and shoot more wedding photography. If you’re planning a visit to the campus, live in the area and want engagement or some University of Washington wedding photography of your own, we’d love to hear from you and talk about providing you with some beautiful images!