Community is where real growth happens and I promise you that I've never been my best self without having people on my side to cheer me on. So, if you feel this way too - then this is for you.
Honestly, I know that “buying in” to a mentor session or personal workshop can be slightly horrifying because you want to know that you are getting out of it what you invested into it. I want you to know on the forefront that what I am prioritizing in these mentor sessions & workshops - is you. Not your money, resources, or influence. YOU. I am here to help you figure out the stuff that doesn’t make sense, point you in the right direction, and refine the strengths + talents + skills that you already have. And of course for this experience to be enlightening, encouraging, fun, & really just a breath of fresh air. That’s what community is supposed to look like. So, if you’re down to get into the real life stuff and really walk-the-talk for #communityovercompetition - let’s do it!
You + me. Coffee OR lunch + spending some time chatting about whatever you need help with. If you aren't in Birmingham, no worries. I can travel to you OR we can Facetime/Skype for your session. Sessions run 1.5-2 hours (typically 1 hour business, 1 hour editing + workflow).
$250 (travel fees may apply)
You + me. Coffee first + spending some time chatting about whatever you need help with. Then we'll head out & shoot together (location + couple I've prepared in advance) so that I can show you how I interact with my couples & make them feel at home - all while tying in lighting, composition, & other tips/tricks to gauge your creativity. After that, we'll grab lunch and talk about workflow, editing, and anything else you still have on your brain. Whether you live in Birmingham, AL or somewhere else around the country/world - this is for you. Sessions run 4-5 hours (typically 1-2 hours shooting, 2 hours business, 1 hour editing + workflow).
$500 (travel fees may apply)
Topics (may include but are not limited to):
your voice in the creative world
building creative community
building client relationships (from inquiry to product delivery)
creating atmosphere during your shoots (how to capture emotion & personality)
marketing & social media
licenses, permits, & taxes
gear, equipment, & software
editing & consistency
unveiling your style