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This year end post is one of my favorite ways to reminisce and fall in love with my clients all over again. This last year has been one of growth and learning despite personally difficult times. Needless to say, I’m thankful for another year doing what I love and working with tremendously awesome people! There […]

business, Photography

December 7, 2018

2018: A year in review.


A senior representative program is a marketing tool often used by photographers who specialize in senior portraits. These programs CAN be successful if there’s a greater purpose than to gain referrals. I started with a “senior model” program 6 years ago. This program has grown exponentially over the years and it definitely wasn’t a result […]

business, seniors, VIPteam

December 3, 2018

Behind the name. A VIPteam post.

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For most of my clients, choosing a location for their session seems to be the most difficult task in preparing for their photography session. I’ve tried every imaginable way to make it easier for clients by providing suggestion lists, to pairing locations with chosen attire, to even just choosing myself. I’ve figured out it’s totally […]

business, families, Photography, seniors

April 17, 2018

Location. Why it matters and why it really doesn’t.


Picture it. One #bossmama running all aspects of a thriving business on. her. own. This is her dream. A way she helps her child learn about hard work and making things happen. A way to fuel her creative passion. But it includes so much more than that. It includes the creation of whatever product she’s […]

business, mentoring

March 27, 2018

Photographer’s tools for survival. How I’m still running this business solo.

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If you know anything about my journey, you know a photography business was never in my plans. I was a Registered Nurse (still have my license!) and working in critical care when my business snowballed out of nowhere. Retrospectively and to others, it may seem as though I hit the ground running and took off […]

business, mentoring

January 30, 2018

Thankful for slow growth. | Business