BUILD A BUSINESS YOU’RE PROUD OF & MAKE A LIVING DOING WHAT YOU LOVEsemi-custom photoshoots to elevate your brand
Look Professional. Stop turning off high-end clients with low-end images
Increase Sales. Elevated styling is like good packaging; create an emotional connection that makes a couple say “there’s no one else I can imagine working with”
Save Time. Stop wasting time and money trying to style your own work and get back to doing what you love and what only you can do for your business
HAVE IMAGES THAT ATTRACT YOUR DREAM CLIENTS
To stand out from the competition, attract your dream clients, and make a living doing what you love you need professional images of your work.
Just like good packaging, high-quality photography and styling has the ability to connect with potential clients on an emotional level, show them the quality of your designs, and elevate the perception of your work.
As the world becomes more digital and automated, people are yearning to incorporate the unique, hand-made, and authentic into the most important events of their life.
Showing clients that your work is exactly what they want is only possible through beautiful photography and styling.
But if you’re on a budget or just starting your business, getting the images you know you need might have felt out of reach. Until now, there were only a few ways to get the types of professional photos you need…you could waste money paying a friend to try to take photos for you, you could waste time taking the photos yourself, or you could hope for the best and work for free by participating in a “styled shoot”.
And there’s a really good chance that none of these would get you the images you need.
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN ART & BUSINESS
You are an artist with a talent and passion to share with the world. You create beautiful products and custom work that will be a lasting keepsake for the couples who find you.
Semi-Custom Styled Stationery Shoots will bridge the gap between making something beautiful and having a successful business.
Shoot #1: Scottish HighlandsJanuary 2020