Members of Our Team
Funeral Directors Worked With
Locations Live Streamed At
Families worked with, and Growing

Meet Our Team

  • Natasha Mary
    Natasha Mary Photographer / Film Maker / Creative Director
  • Michelle Benton
    Michelle Benton Film Maker/ Business Director

Tasha has had many years of experience in the photography industry, as a photographer and an artist. She is passionate about evoking emotions and memories through the camera lens and through her Slideshows.

Michelle has a history working in mental health and has a strong, intuitive understanding of people and holds compassion for them in their time of grief. She is most passionate about telling people’s stories and capturing the nuances often unseen on the day, through her videos.

Our Story

We do this for the love of the story and the creative process involved. We attended the funeral of our neighbour 4 years ago and were saddened by the limited visual representation of such a colourful and interesting man. We were later to learn that no one really knew what photos to include, how to put them together or how to match up the music. We decided everyone deserved more for their final farewell, and this has been our mission: to offer the ultimate in photographic tributes to honour the lives of the people you love. We also discovered there were family in other parts of the country who could not attend, people who had been an important part of his life but were unable to travel. Therefore, the connection and presence of family and friends became our goal leading to our current Live Stream and Slideshow business.

Tasha & Michelle

We’re Adaptable

We have photographed, filmed and/or live streamed horse-drawn hearses; motorcycle hearses; mac truck hearses; a twenty-one dove release; graveside hakas; police escorts; motorcycle escorts; big rig escorts; fire truck escorts; a soldiers re-internment; full military funerals; a drumming memorial; orthodox funerals; a chief having a service at home; viewings that lasted minutes or hours full of laughter and tears; interviews at wakes; people delivering their own eulogy; 4th of July shots; in churches, chapels, on beaches, by a lake, in clubs, pubs and over a fire pit; at schools; in private homes; in local community halls; wherever your loved one felt most comfortable.