Moments for Mamas acknowledges our presence on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded tm̓xʷúlaʔxʷ (land) of the syilx / Okanagan people who have resided here since time immemorial. We are grateful to have the opportunity to create, collaborate, play, and work on these lands.

What are you envisioning for your session backdrop? Mountains, a rocky creek, open field with long grass and/or wildflowers, rolling hills, beach setting? The possibilities are endless, and I've got you covered. I've spent hours and hours location scouting. I love taking my clients to hidden gems and epic locations that not a lot of people know about. It makes my clients more comfortable so there aren't other people and photographers swarming around us, and it feels special because we're the only ones around. I also avoid locations that have man made structures (benches, cities, buildings, signs). Some are closer than others, some are more adventurous. The location creates drama and should utilize natural elements. I get inspired by wildflowers, water, sand, wispy grasslands, and anything that connects us to our Earth. Take a look at the photos of different locations below and let me know if one speaks to your heart. If you'd like to see more photos from a location, let me know and I can send you a full gallery!

Mount Conkle Creek - Summerland

Sun Oka Provincial Park - Summerland

Bertram Park Regional Park - Kelowna

White Lake Grasslands (winter) - Kaledan

White Lake Grasslands upper view (incline required) - Kaledan

Carmi Rd. field - Penticton

Black Mountain Regional Park - Kelowna
**Requires a 20 min incline hike

McLarty Place - Summerland (winter view)

Kuiper Peak - Kelowna

KVR - Penticton

Bing Rd. - Penticton

Similkameen River Bridge Spot - Keremeos
**Travel fee will apply

Similkameen River field Spot - Keremeos
**Travel fee will apply

Shingle Creek Rd. field - Summerland
**Please note, this location is a part of the Penticton Indian Reserve. If clients are
 not PIB members, there is a $200 permit fee at your expense to utilize this location.

Munson Mountain - Penticton

Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park - Penticton (tons of 
Balsamroot flowers in late April/Early May

Mount Conkle Field - Summerland (this location requires 
driving 2 min down a dirt road that's bumpy, and 
also requires a 5 minute up-hill walk)

Top of Carmi - Penticton 

Crump Recreational Site - Faulder (behind Summerland)
gets wildflowers in late June/early July 
**Photographer favourite!

Trout Creek - Summerland

Bathville Field - Summerland (most requested)

Dilworth Mountain Park - Kelowna
(flowers only in bloom late April/early May)

Mount Baldy - Kelowna

West Bench Cliffs - Penticton (only November-March
due to lighting)

Crump Recreational Area (further down) - Falkland,
behind Summerland

John's Family Conservation - Kelowna (recommended for autumn)

The Alpines - Osoyoos (late June-mid September only)
**This location requires a one hour drive up the mountain, and a flat travel fee of $200. Recommended for the adventurous families.

Bathville Creek (Summer season only)

Garnet Vaelley - 20 min from
 downtown Sumemrland

Cedar Creek Dog Park - Kelowna
Flowers only in bloom mid-end of May