Let us capture your life's memorable moments
We know that hiring a wedding photographer is a big decision. Through our 10 years of experience documenting weddings, we have developed and refined a process and a commitment, so that you can hire us with confidence, knowing that you will get amazing photos that tell the story of your day.
Your wedding photos are something you will cherish and look back on for years to come. They are part of your visual legacy. They hold the memory, the emotion and feeling of your wedding day, and offer a glimpse into who you were as a couple at the time of your wedding. You may one day show these photos to your curious children, who will want to know what you were like at this stage of your life. How do you want these photos to look? They are the one tangible reminder you will have of all the love and emotion that existed on your wedding day.
Tell us what you have dreamed up for your wedding, and we can talk about how to capture it in camera.
“Weddings are a unique artistic outlet. I love the candid, unscripted moments that capture the real emotion and feeling of the day. These moments tell the true story of the wedding and are the ones couples will treasure for years to come.”
Vancouver wedding photographer, Josh Bowie, offers unobtrusive, documentary style wedding photography services to couples in Vancouver, the Lower Mainland, and international destinations. Josh has photographed everything from small, do-it-yourself backyard weddings, to $100,000+ weddings, where no details are left unattended. His wedding photography has been recognized nationally and has appeared in numerous wedding magazines. Photographer of the “Best Wedding in Canada” awarded at the 13th Annual Star Awards, Josh offers his elite wedding photography services to clients seeking truly artful, unobtrusive, and photo documentary coverage of their wedding day. With a warm personality, sense of humour, and refined aesthetic taste, his images appear natural and full of real emotion, not only documenting details and people, but making the viewer feel they were there in the moment.