Jennifer Caswell

RING LEADER AT SWTC
PHOTOGRAPHER + WRITER
RESTAURANT WIDOW WORKER
MOM TO 4 KIDS & 1 FRENCHIE

PHOTOGRAPHY EXPERT
96%
KITCHEN CHOPS
30%
BOAT CAPTAIN ABILITIES
78%
DRONE PILOT TALENTS
87%
OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP MASTERY
90%

“AN ADVOCATE OF ALL THINGS ARTISTIC, JENNIFER HAS THE CREATIVE GENE THAT KEEPS ON GIVING. A RESIDENT OF HOUSTON TEXAS AND FOUNDER OF JENNIFER DELL PHOTOGRAPHER, FOLLOWING HER PASSION WAS AN EASY AND REWARDING DECISION. JENNIFER’S NATURAL TALENT AND EASE IN CAPTURING THE BEAUTY OF LIFE’S MOST INTIMATE MOMENTS IS UNDENIABLE.”
– napcp magazine

CURRENT

  • est. 2016 – Sleeping with the Chef™
  • est. 2016 – Founder & President, Southern Salt Foundation™
  • est. 2016 –  CEO, Big Mouth Creatives

PAST

  • 2014 – 2016; Owner, Illuminated Workshops
  • 2012 – 2015; Mentor and instructor, Clickin Moms
  • 2006 – 2016; Owner, Jennifer Dell Photography
  • 2012 National Association of Child Photographers, 3rd in “siblings” category
  • 2012 Clickin Moms, 1st in the “spring” category
  • 2013 Merit Award for National Association of Child Photographers in “toddler” category
  • June 2016 – Atlanta Food and Wine Festival
  • August 2014 – Podcast with Stickyalbums – Leveraging Partner Marketing
  • September 2014 – Click Away Conference, 4 presentations:
    • Business/Marketing,
    • Backlighting,
    • Moderator on the High School Senior Discussion Panel,
    • Business Panel

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MORE SWTC


“Our life can be chaotic though it is mostly, entertaining. Think of it like a busy restaurant; there is always a little drama, something usually gets broken, a sassy person or two thinks they can do it better (I swear it’s not me!!) and don’t forget the flowing wine and sometimes bourbon. It’s enough to give any sane person PTSD.”
– Sleeping With The Chef


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BRYAN CASWELL


“He’s one of the extraordinary chefs who manages to live in a couple of different worlds. He’s very much from the South, but he’s also worked with elite chefs. It’s tricky to manage and operate in both worlds — to use your heritage and to incorporate fantastic techniques and ingredients to make food delicious. It’s like jumping through five hoops.”
– Kate Krader (Food & Wine Magazine)