Nicole Leal | Women of Excellence Awards

 

Nicole Leal, a dedicated and passionate artist, is highly regarded as a leader in the arts.  A 2013 graduate from Red Deer College’s Performing Arts & Creation program, Nicole landed the position as the first female Artistic Director for Tree House Youth Theatre.  IN addtion, after a long history of volunteer work with Central Alberta Theatre, she was hired as their Production Manager.  Her work as an Actress includes Prime Stock Theatre’s Bard on Bower, B.I.T.E, Butt Ugly, and alumna for RDC’s main-stage performances.  Her roles in film include Ignition Theatre and the lead in CACHE production’s film Are You Listening?.  In 2016, Nicole co-founded Red Deer’s blooming Improvisation Group, Improv Jelly.  The arts community values her as a dynamic resource!

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The Taylor Family takes on Westerner Days | Red Deer Family Photographer

 

 

Ever since having a family of my own, photographing parents and their beloved little ones has taken on a whole new meaning.  I love tagging along on little outings or just spending some time documenting everyday life.  This session was a first though! Thanks so much for having me join you at the Westerner Days Fair Taylor fam, I am so totally in love your photos!  I hope that you are as enchanted as I am!

Would you ever get your family photos taken at the fair?  If not, where would be your dream location?!

 

 

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Kyrstin Woods | Women of Excellence Awards

 

Kyrstin Woods received her diploma in disability studies at Mount Royal University and has been teaming up with families for the past 7 years. She is also working towards finishing her undergrad in Psychology in her spare time. She currently teaches kids of all ages yoga at The Breathing Room Yoga Studio, in five schools and in family homes. She also runs the Adapted Yoga (for families and aides) and Self-Care Yoga (for parents). Along with this, she works one-on-one with children with special needs as a behavioural aide, community aide and respite worker. Kyrstin is an incredible light to everyone she meets and she has and continues to impact the lives of every child she works with. She is a strong advocate for children of all abilities.

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