So, you have a Facebook Page, Twitter account, blog and maybe a YouTube channel. What’s next? The allure of social media is strong. We’re now able to connect with clients and build exposure without having the expensive costs of traditional marketing. Unfortunately, there a
In 2009, I was at Skip’s Summer School helping a friend, Candice Cunningham, setup a booth. When everything was completed, I decided to sit in on the lectures. To my surprise, a photographer I revered was an arm’s length away. Naturally, I tapped him on the shoulder. ̶
In August, I attended my first LA PUG! I know, I live under a rock. Anyway, my friend, Kenny Kim, was in town, so I went to go hang out with him and Roberto Valenzuela. It so happened that it was the same night as LA PUG. Roberto, being the PUG leader, graciously invited me to attend.
On October 14, 2009 (Wednesday), some of industry’s leading photographers came to host the first Portfolio Plus Workshop. It covered a variety of topics for operating a wedding photography business. Ray Santana – workflow and presentation Kenny Kim – business inspira
Chicago – a beautiful city blend of modernity and history. The neighborhood combines tranquil, tree-lined blocks with commercial streets, which are filled with lively dance clubs and world-renowned bars. These luxurious cultural attractions also make fantastic wedding venues to