Dawn Sims, the owner of Yellow Dandelion Photography has been married to her husband, Bryan for 13 years and together they have three beautiful children. Dawn has primarily stayed home with her children, but finds photography to be a creative outlet. She has enjoyed watching her clients grow and looks forward to meeting new people and watching their families expand.
Over the past few years she has attended the Academy of Art University to further her photography career. The Academy of Art has helped stay on top of the competition while broadening her knowledge of the photography field through challenging coursework assignments and constructive criticism.
Yellow Dandelion Photography offers quality work with a candid and modern style. Yellow Dandelion Photography approaches clients in their environment so the memories captured tell an honest emotion but also offer a blend of the traditional and timeless style. Yellow Dandelion Photography has a sincere respect for others thoughts and ideas which allows them to offer creative and artistic advice. They listen to the desired wishes of their clients and understand the true meaning of "it's all about you!" Dawn devotes her passion to her clients and prides herself on her rapport. Being open-minded Dawn is constantly learning and finding new techniques to help grow personally and professionally.
"I'm Dawn. A little bit about me without all the technical workshop talk. I have been married 13 years to my husband who I absoulutely adore. You may get an email or two from him time to time, he helps out with the business along with his work and our family. Pretty much I'm married to superman. Our family has moved 4 times now, 3 of which were to different states. I like change, but I am looking forward to this being our last move. My family is my world first and foremost. You already know I love photography. Outside of that I LOVE the outdoors. I want to explore...as long as there aren't snakes or anything within an ear shot or eyesight that can eat me. I am terrified of sharks, alligators, spiders and snakes. Sometimes I wonder how I survived in Florida! I love the water and mountains. Somehow it just works out. Prior to moving to Florida, when I lived in Vegas I loved rock climbing, wakeboarding, snowboarding, hiking and attending drag races, shows, etc. Definitely looking forward to introducing my family to those things. Although, I enjoyed doing all of those things I was not good at them and fell on my butt....ALOT! Had a great time doing it all and I'm sure there will be plenty more falling on my butt. I'm looking forward to it! Enough about me, now let me get to know you!"
-Yellow Dandelion Photography