An experience of Growth, Light and Reflection
I have been daydreaming about this for a long time. Finally, I am ready to merge my 10 years of teaching experience into my art and life’s work, photography. This workshop is an experience that will change that way that you think of your business, your art and your perceptions. We will dive deep into attracting and establishing relationships with your ideal clients, pricing, and visual storytelling.
I started my business with just my Canon Rebel and an idea. Through this process, I would love to share with you what I have learned and use this knowledge to guide you to truly love every aspect of your business and art.
This workshop will be a unique experience for participants because I truly am both an experienced educator and photographer. Your mind and heart will be full when you complete our day together.
This workshop will include:
*Discovering your vision and purpose for your work
*Diving into discovering and establishing relationships with your ideal client
*30 minute one on one coaching for each student with a focus on light, composition, and your style
*3 styled shoots to build your portfolio (one boudoir, one bridal and one engagement shoot
*A headshot for your website by Julie Riddle
*Film folks are also welcome as I will be working with both film and digital
A light lunch and snacks will also be provided.
What’s different about this workshop?
I will be not be guiding you to be me, but a better you. Your life. Your style. Your photography.
Few seats are available to provide an individual and unique learning experience for each student.
When: September 1st, 2016
Where: My studio in Downtown, Naperville
An informal cocktail reception will follow to reflect and network
To Reserve: firstname.lastname@example.org
- All workshop seat sales are final though may be transferred to another artist or applied toward a future workshop
- Payments may be made in full or 50% at time of reservation and 50% due 30 days before the day of the workshop
” What is done in love is done well. ” -Vincent Van Gogh