We're Jason and Allison Domingues, and we're the two average [and also pretty eclectic, kind of weird, and very much in love] people behind this fun little company. We never intended to get into shooting weddings and families...or really anything involving people, for that matter... but sometimes the best things just kind of happen on their own. And it happened to us back in 2004. After some very trustworthy friends asked us to shoot their wedding, Jason had one of those "Aha" moments, and realized that he had found his calling. And off we went.
After all these years we're still going strong, and would love to talk to you about how we can document your story. Whether you are getting married, or want to document a day in the life of your family, we want you to know why we do what we do, and what you can count on us to do for you.
For Jason, it's all about the moments. All of those little moments, and people and things that, when combined, tell an entire story. You may feel like you'll be around forever, but newsflash....you won't. And having your story documented for all the future generations of your family is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. Just like "the best gifts come in small packages", the best moments are the tiny ones that often go unnoticed. Unless you have a truly great photographer there to catch them.
For Allison, it's about taking care of you from behind the scenes. A good photography experience is about a lot more than just having a photographer show up to take photos. It's about making sure you have all the info you need, that you never feel you have unanswered questions, and that you know you have someone by your side throughout the whole process to guide you. Emails answered promptly...check. Info provided to you in a clear and concise manner...check. Having a beautiful social media post and album design to share with friends and family...check. KNOWING that your photos will be safely backed up and protected...check, check and CHECK. I got you!
Photo by John Michael Cooper of AltF Photography