Episode 23: LeAnna Gerety on Client Experience and Word of Mouth Recommendations

LeAnna Gerety had degrees in business and marketing and a great job with a wonderful company, but she was tired of getting up every single day to go work for someone else. In this interview, hear how how LeAnna built LeAnna Theresa Photography into a full time career through hard work, great client experiences and word of mouth recommendations. A few topics from this…

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Episode 22: How Sara Wolfram Grew onelove photography to a Team of 40 People

Sara Wolfram started her career as a sports photographer, but after shooting her first wedding, she was hooked. Now, Sara has a team of 40 people shooting and assisting for her company, onelove photography, where she does all of the editing. A few topics from this show: How Sara transitioned from a single photographer to a team, and how she grew into multiple…

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Episode 20: Maria Bayer: How to Sell as a Creative Entrepreneur

As creative professionals, we photographers are often drawn in by the artistry of creating beautiful images, and many of us struggle with the necessary business mindset that it takes to turn photography into a viable full time business. Maria Bayer is on a mission to change that mindset for photographers and other wedding professionals—she’s a sale coach who specifically works…

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Episode 18: Jill Devries on Standing Out in a Crowded Market

Jill Devries studied communications in college and landed a great full time job after school. While second shooting weddings on the weekends, she realized that she wanted to transform her passion for photography into a full time career. For the next year, Jill continued to do photography on the side, learning, growing, networking and building up her professional equipment. After…

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Episode 17: Michelle Moore on Breaking in as a Fashion + Senior Photographer

Michelle Moore is a fashion and senior photographer based in Seattle. In this podcast interview, Michelle shares how she went from studying atmospheric sciences in college to leading a successful photography studio that focuses on fashion and senior photography. I always love to ask for book recommendations from other professionals. Michelle recommends 4-Hour Work Week. While the book becomes a…

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Episode 16: Meg Borders on Creating a Plan For Your Business

Like many others, Meg Borders became interested in photography after her daughter was born. And like others before, Meg made some mistakes during the early days of her business. She finally put her business on hold to create a plan and work on branding—and her new focus on senior girls has allowed her to thrive. A few topics from today’s…

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