PEOPLE AT WORK
My job is to photograph your job!
Business Pictures, The Right Way.
If you're like most business owners, when you need a photo, you go to the internet where there are countless images that you can buy, borrow, or steal.
Let's assume that you're not going to steal photos :) You can search for free ones, but that takes a lot of time. And, as they say, time is money.
You can purchase a license to use stock photos. But if you're going to purchase photos anyway, why not have photos of your own business?
My Job is to Photograph Your Job!
I'm a business owner, so I get it. The excitement. The ideas. The projects. The hours. The money (we get paid eventually, right?). But also the frustrating, annoying parts. The web design. Wasted time on social media. Taxes. Wishing that somebody else could jsut do this part for you.
Because I love business and the entreprenuerial spirit, I'm in a pretty good position to make photos of your business.
I get to know you and find out what your business is all about. You tell me all about your favorite customers. And then I get right to work on a collection of images that you can use for your website, social media, and marketing materials.
This is really only a tiny sample of the photos I've made. In each set you get a feel for my style and quality, as well as some visual storytelling. My heart and soul goes into these projects. These images are drawn from collections of 100+ photos. The projects often spanned multiple days or seasons.
If you're just launching your business, you'll need some great photos to work with.
A nice clean website with a simple message and great photos will help draw customers in. An engaging social media feed helps a lot as well.
A winsome headshot, a photo of your location, and some lifesyle images of your products/services will give you a strong start.
After 2-3 years in business, you know where you're heading in the future.
A website refresh, improved social media strategy, and a marketing campaign that engages your perfect customer are all great reasons for photography.
This might include headshots of your growing staff, and coverage of your team in action throughout a season or extended project.
When I was a little kid, I didn't know exactly what I wanted to be when I grew up. But two things really excited me. Taking pictures and the idea of running a business. It wasn't until I was all grown up that I really considered putting the two of those together!
I'm excited about my job. I'm excited to get up and get to work in the morning. I don't mind late nights working on important projects. My job is making pictures of people.