Olympic Sculpture Park Engagement

Andrea and Nick are some of the most laid back and fun people you’ll meet.  I had the pleasure of photographing them right on edge of the Puget Sound in Seattle at the incredibly gorgeous Olympic Sculpture Park Engagement.  It was a surprisingly sunny day and we took advantage of all the gorgeous sights around the area, just blocks from the Space Needle.

Olympic Sculpture Park Engagement

Seattle, WA

Andrea and Nick / Photography by: Ian Grant [contact]

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Seattle is such a fun place to do engagement shoots!  Even on a small little beach just outside downtown you’ll find beautiful weathered driftwood lined up.  Such a little slice of the perfect place to live.

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It’s still a novelty after living here for a little over a year, but I absolutely love seeing the Space Needle.  Such a great landmark.

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A little bit about the Sculpture Garden:
The Olympic Sculpture Park is a public park in Seattle, Washington that opened on January 20, 2007. The park consists of a 9-acre outdoor sculpture museum and beach.The park was designed by Weiss/Manfredi Architects, along with Charles Anderson Landscape ArchitectureMagnuson Klemencic Associates and other consultants. It is situated at the northern end of the Seattle seawall and the southern end of Myrtle Edwards Park. The former industrial site was occupied by the oil and gas corporation Unocal until the 1970s and subsequently became a contaminated brownfield before the Seattle Art Museum proposed to transform the area into one of the only green spaces inDowntown Seattle. The park is operated by the Seattle Art Museum, which also operates an expanded main branch at First Avenue and University Street and the Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill.

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