“Creating a successful business starts with creating the right impression from the outset. A brand identity that reflects your strengths and aspirations; photography that showcases your products at their best; and content that ensure prospective customers can see you worth from the start”. – Fiona Humberstone
You’re a creative business owner (a florist, shop owner, event planner, calligrapher, – the list goes on). Your vision is clear and you’re passionate about the business you’ve poured your heart into creating. You know who your dream clients are and you know that your product or service can serve them well. But is this well-reflected as they scroll your social media platforms and website? Right now – What is your imagery saying about what you have to offer? Is there room to grow?
Let’s work together to craft a session where the heart and soul of your business will shine. But you may be asking – what does that look like? I want to clarify right up front that we’re not talking your classic, corporate headshot here, okay?! Each session is crafted around YOU and will be as different as each business that stands behind it. This may look like styled product photography, a lifestyle headshot session in my studio or your favorite coffee shop, or even a behind-the scenes session at your shop itself. Let’s get creative!
Here is the basic breakdown:
Step 1: Say hello!
Step 2: Brand Discovery
Step 3: Consultation (Pour that coffee!)
Step 4: Branding Shoot
Step 5: Gallery Delivery
Does this resonate with you and what you envision for your business in 2019? Head over to the contact page and let’s start dreaming up the perfect session to highlight your craft and bring in those dream clients.
You're nestled up by a fire at your family cabin, lakeside, with only the stars to accompany your sweet conversation over hot cocoa and Blue Moon.
Family, friends, and twinkle lights. Windblown hair. Hiking boots for adventurous photography. Cozy moments for just the two of you.
A dirty hem from dancing and making memories...
and smiles you just can't wipe off your faces.