If you are my clients or have been following me on social media, you know how much I love to educate the importance of printing your pictures (prints, albums, or wall art such as a canvas)
I'm sharing 3 reasons why you should think about printing out your family pictures.
On February 3, 2020, I was so excited to photograph a community support campaign kick off event (Celebrate The Magic) at the YMCA in Wayne, New Jersey. It was a wonderful night of socializing, sharing lots of success (and emotional) stories, and celebrating the amazing donors!
In my previous blog post, I shared 5 tips to take better pictures for your business. Click here to read my previous 5 tips.
So here are 5 more tips for you.
I had the privileged of being a guest speaker at Berkeley College in Paramus via Zoom in March of 2020 and I would like to share some tips on how to take your own headshots for your LinkedIn profile.
Are you ready to do some DIY photography and learn how you can take better pictures for your business?
I'm sharing 5 photography tips to help you take better pictures and proud to share them everywhere.
One of the things I love is to design a yearly family album for my family. My children love to go through the albums and talked about things we did as a family, places we've been to, and what cake we had for our birthdays.
Here are 3 simple photography-related activities that you can do as a family.
Schools, businesses, and everything is closed. The pandemic has turned our world upside down.
As a business owner, what can you do right now to help you gain more clients when things opening up again?
Community Options, Inc. is a non-profit organization specializing in group homes for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They offer housing, employment supports and so much more.
Introducing one of my clients, Faith Miller from Yoga with Faith located in New Egypt, New Jersey.
Visuals play a crucial role in how you portray your personal brand to your clients. It’s important to remember that your clients shop with their eyes and will often make decisions based on their first impression of someone.