Who remembers “Let’s Make a Deal”?

It was a show about asking contestants to consider parting with some lovely prize, in order to try their luck at something better “behind door number two.”

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It’s easy to stick with the thing you know, just because you know it, without ever taking a chance at something better.

For instance, you might believe the photos that you've been using for the past few years are totally sufficient for your business and marketing needs.

But you might have no idea how next level it could be if you enlisted the help of a pro.

That’s where I come in!

We will plan a session based on your needs that embodies your personality and the message you are looking to share with your clients/potential clients/followers.

Doesn’t that sound like something worth exploring?

I’ve been at this for 15+ years and there’s nothing more important than giving my clients an amazing experience and stellar images they can use to take their business to the next level.

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Let’s play a game: “2 Truths and 1 Lie.” Here’s how it works…

I’ll share two surprising facts and one lie about personal and business branding photography, and then you have to decide which “fact” is actually a lie.

Ready? Put your game face on!

1️⃣ Great photography increases brand consistency & engagement.

2️⃣ Headshots/branding images that reflect your personality will help those who visit your website/social media pages understand who you are and relate to your business.

3️⃣ Branding photos are boring.

*Drumroll please!*

If you guessed that number 3 was a lie, you win this round!

Professional photography showcasing you and your brand creates a great first impression, increases engagement & brand consistency and also helps visitors learn more about you and your business. And, I promise they are anything but boring!!

Your turn!

What’s a fact about your business that people often think is a lie?