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Associate Photographer


joceline mohn, photographer, memories by candace, phoenix, photography, portrait, second shooter, assistant photographer, team member, family, surprise, goodyear, litchfield park, waddell, buckeye, avondale, tolleson, peoria, glendale, wedding, senior, kid

MEET JOCELINE.

 

When it came time for me to bring in a second photographer to help and assist, I couldn’t think of anyone better than Joceline. Joceline and I had previously photographed together for another company. I had the pleasure of working alongside and sometimes training Joceline when it came to outdoor family photography years ago. We teamed up together photographing hundreds of families together. It’s probably why some of our clients can see we have a similar style. Joceline and I have always worked so well together and have been the perfect team. We could literally look at each other during family sessions and know what needed to happen or be fixed, it was like finishing each other’s sentences.

 

So after taking time off from the world of photography to start a family, Joceline was ready to get back behind the camera and I grabbed her up! It actually felt like fate that she moved just right down the road from me. I knew it was time.

 

Hiring an associate photographer can be intimidating as you are sharing your art. So that also means there has to be a level of trust there. I’m so lucky to have Joceline, because she believes in me and my work. When you have someone like that working alongside you, it makes you always strive to be better at what you do. When it comes to wedding photography, I work confidently because she is beside me and when it comes to families, I know I can trust her with my clients. I know she will take good care of them.

 

So if you ever get the pleasure of having Joceline photograph your family or your wedding, consider it a pleasure. She is a joy to have around and always rooting for the best you. She encourages me to be the best of myself behind the camera, but rooting your best moments in you as well in front of the camera.