In my 6 years of shooting weddings, I have been especially fortunate to book all my weddings on word-of-mouth recommendations. Three years ago I quit my full-time job and started working part-time jobs alongside manning (or womanning? lol) my business full-time. As I seek to move to solely to running my own business within the next couple of years, I realize I have to step up my game and put myself and my work out there a little bit more. Step one for me has been taking on creative projects I wouldn’t normally do and pushing my artistic side a bit more. Step two is printing more of my work, which included making a sample album to bring to client meetings whenever I discuss my wedding packages. Step three is going to be a lot more boring, figuring out social media algorithms, submitting to wedding blogs, figuring out the best way to advertise and grow my business… But I’m excited to figure it all out. Thank you to my faithful clients for sticking with me all these years! I wouldn’t be here without you. I’ve been so lucky to get to where I am and I’m not ready to stay stagnant. I’m just going to keep on moving and growing.
While I’ve created albums for clients, I’ve never created my own sample album. This album is leather-bound + printed on thick lustre paper. Here’s my very first sample album of a favorite recent wedding:
BONUS! A little sneak at what my wedding clients receive their images in:
Thanks for stopping by!