The Wolves was born from the commitment to learning.

This project was created with the idea of living an unforgettable adventure in an amazing place and with people who want to share and learn from others.
Learning, relationships and the experience are the three pillars of The Wolves.

Not that the atmosphere and coexistence is not important to us, it is, but we are confident that this will happen naturally.

We will spend days listening to the speakers explaining how they work, their workflow, editing, etc.

Benj Haisch

I’m a Seattle-based wedding photographer shooting in destinations all over the world. Photographing in India and throughout Europe right after college got my hooked on photography and I’ve been photographing weddings specifically ever since a wedding photographer bailed on someone last minute and was brave enough to call me to give it a shot.


Dylan Howell

I’m a man of few words, yet big on adventure and for me great adventures always include others. The reason I shoot weddings is simple; I like good humans and being around them on one of their best days. So let’s adventure together and find ourselves a swimming hole and a waterfall.


Ben Sasso

Hello! I am a photographer and educator living in the mountains near Los Angeles. I’m all about nature (camping, climbing, hiking and running around), and I have an unmanly love for cats. I am a firm believer in fostering a close knit photo wolfpack and encouraging individual progression.

We are all in this together.


The Kitcheners
United Kingdom

We’re destination wedding photographers Dylan & Joanna and there’s nothing that inspires us more than an travelling and meeting new people. For over 5 years we’ve called Scotland home and if we’re not capturing a small wedding or elopement somewhere on the Isle of Skye then you can probably find us chasing light somewhere else deep in the Scottish highlands.



Graciosa Island or commonly La Graciosa (Spanish for “graceful”) is a volcanic island in the Canary Islands (Spanish archipelago located just off the southern coast of Morocco, 100 kilometres (62 miles) west of its southern border).
Streets and roads are unpaved sand, motor vehicles are strictly prohibited and limited to a handful of licensed vehicles for special purposes.


Bonfire nights

Dinners will take place on the beach while we chat about anything we like.
Some friends will tell us about their experiences and their way of seeing the world.




ONA bags
OLD straps
Smart albums
Tribe Archipielago