We were SO stoked when the most recent issue of Yukon North of Ordinary Magazine came out because we've been waiting to share some of our favourite work we've done yet this year which is featured in our photo essay!
Also, we were so pumped how this cover worked out...Raven looks so rad!
So, we often talk about how our favourite part of our job is the people we get to meet along the way, and the stories we hear, so it only made sense when we thought up the idea to do a specific portrait series which highlights some of the people in our community who we think bring next level awesomeness to what they do...Each person in this series has an incredible story and makes our community such a unique and supportive place to live. The magazine article has write ups on each person so be sure to check out the full series! (I know they have copies at Mac's Fireweed)
In the meantime, we wanted to share some of the images, and send shout outs to everyone who was involved. You guys are literally why we do what we do, and it was a total honour to have each of you in our studio.
Wolf Lady and Raven of The Oh-So-Amazing Dakka Khwaan Dancers
Darryl Tait-Adrenaline machine, and best Instagrammer out there
Kate White-Baker, Biker, and Advocate
Leonard Gordon Sr- Crossing Guard, Elder, Safety Machine
Myrna Kingscote- Costume Maker, Small business owner, and Rendezvous Royalty
Stephanie Dixon- Paralympian, Advocate, and Beam of Sunshine
Val Pike- Health Professional, Volunteer Extraordinaire, Women's health advocate
Garbage Truck Santa (Wayne Henderson)- Spreader of joy, Christmas Spirit, and Yukon charm