Category Archives: Branding

Over the past few years since owning a photography business, I have shared many personal blog posts here. I was so drawn to the idea of building a personal brand- following the blogs of others who did so religiously. I blogged so much more than recent portrait work. In fact, I would say that my […]

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It’s that time of year! I admit that I started to feel it as soon as sharpened pencils lined the aisles of Target and bins of college ruled notebooks flooded the shelves. Back to School always signals that it’s time I start looking at my business and seeing what I want to change for the […]

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I whole heartedly believe in the experience that comes with untying thick ribbon. Instant gratification leaves as quick as it arrives. But hand-crafted is always worth the wait. I am hard at work in this busy portrait season wrapping client collections of framed favorites, and matted treasures- and dreaming up ways to make the 2015 […]

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Last  year, around this time, I took a good look at my photography business and decided that 2014 would be completely different. That no longer would a download link be the extent of a client’s experience. This was certainly not an overnight change, there was a lot of researching different fine art products, number crunching, […]

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This past fall, I decided to offer casual mentoring sessions to photographers looking to refine their brand experience. Most of them are hosted online, and its you, me, a big mug of tea, and we brainstorm ways to make things better. Simple? Yes. I named them Connected Brand mentoring sessions because branding and client experience […]

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