Our brand as team JDG has been continually growing since day one. Being one of the youngest in the industry was a challenge to keep on breeding better photography. I am turning 22 this year and there’s a lot more coming from the brand.
The total reformat in branding was a leap of faith in my road as a wedding photographer – from embracing vintage to being fearless in sophistication. The preparations for rebranding was tough and very challenging, the goal was keeping my drive to be focused on style. The shift in branding was not mainly all about me, nevertheless it’s for the fearless couples, the sophisticated stories, the soon to be vintage photos my couples would treasure and hang on their wall.
The concept of the branding is from my very close friends, church mates, and mostly from my past couples. These are the group of people that formed the branding. In my footpath to photograph, we don’t burn bridges after product delivery – Project JDG is a continuing brand, cultivating relationships after the fancy I do’s and first kisses. Hence, there was this voice within me crying out something:
Something that makes me lose myself – a passion that had been unconsciously growing through the months of shooting weddings.
My love for kids.
My teammates from team JDG that happens to become my family, my best friends, and my ‘go to’ person in times of fun and dryness – team JDG gave birth to Little J Photography. The growth was fast paced; it’s two months old now and we are crazy for the sudden bloom of families craving for the brand. We know everything comes from a big provider, a big faith. Our hopes were not bouncing off the ceiling. Our hearts are full of gratefulness, our love for taking memories and details never end.
It’s a cycle.
It doesn’t end somewhere.
It keeps on growing.
We stand up again.
We are beyond thankful for the blessings. We will keep on shining, we will keep on dedicating our maximum time giving out a life filled with passion to photograph and take your memories to the next level. You can shine with team Little J here.
This new abode, formerly www.joshuadeguzman.com gives out another level of sophistication in debut, meet Maxine. I’ve met this fun and bubbly filled lady through a good friend Randy Lazaro who styled this wonderful party. I could just remember how Maxine’s family gave my team warmth and made us feel we’re just very familiar to each other with a short span of time. The party was so festive! Maxine’s dad is a native from Cagayan, entertaining the guest’s with a cultural dance. His dad and I got along because we were both raised in the province with the same local dialect Ylocano.
Nonetheless, Maxine is full of confidence, positivity and glow.
Those are the exact things where the Team JDG world revolves, creating photographs that would solely give out the true you.
Let’s plunge to sophistication with this pretty images!