kelowna photographer Lori Brown Photography


 Award winning wedding and family photographer.

I am a Vancouver and Okanagan wedding and family photographer passionate about telling the story of your life. I use a mixture of photojournalism and fashion-based photography to give you a perfect mix of perfectly posed portraits and split-second moments that happen when you are busy experiencing life in the moment. For more information, click the tabs below or the links at the top.


I am a Kelowna and Vancouver wedding photographer servicing the lower mainland and the Okanagan.
FUN, creativity, passion, candid moments, uniqueness, love, joy and jaw-dropping. Those are just a few of the things that I bring to every single wedding image I create. I use my unique perspective and skill and training in photojournalism to create and develop images that can’t be replicated by another photographer. These images are important to pass down through generations for the next 100 years. I use a combination of documentary photography to capture those emotional and special moments, and fashion-based photography for those jaw-dropping, eye-catching images to hang on your walls!

As a wedding photographer I am motivated to work with you to ensure you are over-the-moon happy with your wedding photography images. By getting to know each client individually we can create memories that speak to you emotionally and aesthetically. I hope to exceed all of your expectations and most of all, I guarantee you will we have fun! For more information on Wedding Photography

As a documentary family photographer, my aim is to create a story of your beautiful life. A snapshot in time that is authentic, natural and beautiful. I want to capture your children’s personalities! No forced smiles, no awkward poses, no bribery! I make photos fun – and that is a promise!

I offer documentary beach sessions during the summer and winter, activity-based family sessions, documentary newborn sessions and day in the life sessions. I recommend having a session done once a year to document your growing family. When you think about it, that’s often only 18 sessions before your children grow up and move away!