Wild, spirited love. Crafted by nature captured for a lifetime.
An intimate surprise, planned to perfection. Crafted just for the two of you in a secluded coast mountain haven.
Share a romantic seaplane trip to Phantom Lake in your own secret corner of paradise at the foot of Mt Tzoonie glacier
Detailed pre-trip and surprise planning with your charming engagement photographer, Darby Magill or Ian Harland
Memories for a lifetime, right at the start of the most exciting new chapter in life!
You’ve found the love of your life. You have the perfect ring and now you just need a location as wild and vibrant as the love you share.
Engagement shoots should be natural and focused on three important things – you as a couple, your individual personalities and your love. Whether you’re feeling casual or formal, outdoorsy or dramatic, Phantom Lake is a match made in heaven for couples who love adventure.
“I have a strong love for the in-between moments. Incorporating true expressions and the environment are also very important to me when capturing any occasion. There is a fine balance to being unintrusive and also being very present, this is what I strive to achieve.” – Darby, Photographer
Use the calendar to request your preferred date and we will be in touch shortly to confirm your booking. Or, if you’re feeling spontaneous (we love that!) call us on 604 898 1975.
To ease the pressure of the day you’ll collaborate with your seasoned wedding and engagement photographer, Ian Harland or Darby Magill, to create and capture every special moment, naturally. Engagement stories are shared with family and friends for years to come. So lean into the romance, relax and let us help you plan an unforgettable, and most importantly, surprise proposal.
Phantom Lake near Squamish is a picturesque emerald green hanging lake. At the north end meltwater flows into the lake from the nearby glacier of Tzoonie Mountain, while at the south end escaping via a towering cascading waterfall. On the way there and back you’ll wind through plunging river valleys and explore ancient peaks and lakes in landscape worthy of a National Geographic documentary.
Passengers are no longer required to wear a mask on board their flight, and will no longer be required to answer a health check questionnaire prior to boarding. Our aircraft and office areas will continue to be sanitized after each flight and all staff will be respecting physical distancing. If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask on board your flight you are more than welcome to do so.