Courtney, Michael and I bundled up and braved the cold for this super fun Georgetown engagement session. I haven’t shot down in Georgetown in a long time and really wanted to explored this super fun and quirky area of the city. The setting seemed very appropriate for the cold weather, and I loved the outfit choices of Courtney and Michael. I seriously want to steal Courtney’s coat! (and give it to Tash of course). Courtney and Michael had so much photo chemistry, and were such goof offs. I loved all of their expressions and laughter. It truly was a fun shoot. Georgetown itself has a rich history as a industrial center. Best known for the presence of the Rainier brewery, once the sixth largest in the world, it is now full of small business, restaurants, pubs, and coffee shops. The scene is dominated by lovely brick buildings from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. We had fun exploring the back alleys, funky old doorways, brick arches, coffee shops, and of course the funky and weird Christmas market. I mean who doesn’t want their engagement photos in front of an awesome Airstream trailer turned pop-up shop. At the end of our shoot we popped in The Conservatory For some much needed hot beverages. They were nice enough to let us shoot amongst their eclectic decor and artwork. They had darn good coffee too. It was a fitting end to the shoot. This was truly one of my favorite engagement sessions ever, and I can’t wait for their wedding!