2016 New Directions……….

After some long, hard thinking about where I want to take my photography business, I’ve decided to switch things up a bit.  As of this year, I am no longer shooting weddings.  I’ve decided to venture more into strictly portraiture work.  I’ve leased some studio space in downtown Milwaukee and will be doing more studio portraiture work.  This means I’ll have a location to shoot professional headshots (which you’ll see an announcement about next week), and other commercial portraiture work as I move forward in this new direction.

The location that I’ll be doing all studio work is called the Milwaukee Studio Share.  You can get more information about it here.  The studio comes equipped with Alien Bees strobes, a beauty dish, a host of other light modifiers and more props than I could ever need.  All you need to bring is your camera, remote triggers for the strobes, and your client and you’re ready to rock.  This really is a super simple way to take the quality of your photography to a new level.  Check them out and if you have any questions, their contact info is on the website.  I’m really excited about this new direction and am looking forward to seeing where this takes me!  I’ll be posting about new projects and what kind of progress I’m making.  I’ll also post about any hiccups I encounter along this new journey so stay tuned.  As always, thanks for stopping by and spending a few minutes with me this week.  I’ll see ya next week!

One thought on “2016 New Directions……….

  1. Enjoying your posts and tracking the growth of your business ! Your portrait shots are stunning!

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