Welcome to Pix C Photography, I’m so happy you stopped by for a visit. If you have any questions for Lindy or for me please just reach out! While you’re exploring, here is a little more about me!
- Name: Cindy Daudelin
- The Biz: Pix C (pronounced “pixie”) was born shortly after my first daughter 11+ years ago, originally in St. Pete FL. The name is short for “Pictures by Cindy”. I started solo but have grown, and so now I’m happy to have a sisterfriend sidekick named Lindy. She’s amazing at what she does and I’m grateful for her every day. You will meet her. Also her name rhymes with mine and so that’s cool.
- Hometown: Toledo, OH and currently we live in Perrysburg, OH
- Family: I’m a mom of three girls (Brooke, Sydney, & Willow). I’m married to a handsome pool guy named Adam. (But we don’t have a pool. What’s up with that?) And then there’s Marvin, our Bernese Mountain dog – 100lbs of fur and love, and he is the Best. Dog. Ever. Even though he sheds like crazy and I trip over him every day.
- Fluff: I’m never, ever, ever without gum. And I’m happy to share it. I’m addicted to photography. I love CrossFit, and if I didn’t make it a regular part of my week I seriously doubt I would be able to carry around my enormous camera bag. I love my town and the people here, my heart is happy doing what I do in this place.
- Favorite Music: If it has a beat and sounds good loud and can hold up in the Daudelin household daily morning dance party, I like it. I like everything except jazz. Sorry. Jazz just stresses me out.
- Favorite Coffee: Vanilla Latte with coconut milk, extra hot. (on a special day. On a regular day, just black with cinnamon will do. In large quantities.)
- Favorite Food: Sugar. That about covers it.
- Favorite Vacation: Anyplace that I can check out and spend quality time with friends and family. A step away from the grind.
- Favorite Article of Clothing: Any soft, light, loose fitting white tee. I’m not fancy.
- Guilty Pleasure: Lululemon
- Words to Live By: Let Love Rule – Lenny Kravitz
“It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it’s another thing to make a portrait of who they are.”-Paul Caponigro