We are a mother and daughter team who love working (and hiking) together. It all started in 2016 when Dallas, my daughter, suggested I start up my photography business again. After taking a big break from photography so I could raise my children, I felt this could be fun again. To be honest, at the time when my children were so little and so precious, I much preferred spending time with my little family than the long hours of editing with my computer.
Now these two children are all grown up and I have the privilege of having Dallas join me as my second shooter for most of my wedding days. I love working with her and we work well together. She is my time manager, my reflector, my flash, my equipment carrier. She is my dress fluffer and my detail specialist, my everything I need on a wedding day. She knows what piece of equipment I need and when I need it! She shoots at amazing angles, always giving me the room to get the best shots. I don't know how much longer I will have her as part of my team but for now I will be thankful for every wedding she is able to work alongside.
Dallas, also known as DJ is actually my daughter, however, she's also one of my best friends! Mature beyond her years, she is one of my favourite people to hang out with!
She has a pretty serious expression, and I know there is a saying for it, but I'll just say its often mistaken as an unfriendly expression ;)
She really is a happy person though, loves Jesus, loves little kids and has a heart for the forgotten.
She works hard and has a lot going on these days, busy with her University Degrees, enjoying her work at the hospital, involved with her group at the church, and hiking every chance she gets, she may not make it out to as many weddings as I would like her to, but she truly is the best second shooter/assistant I could ever ask for!
So there really is only one more person and I may as well introduce him... Will... he is the life of our party, he makes us laugh, he is witty and always chatting, he keeps the the good vibes going and I can't imagine life without him. I have tried to convince him to join our team, we sure could use that muscle to carry around the equipment but he always seems to have many other plans, maybe someday ;)