Nearing the end of 2018, I decided my “word” for 2019 would be: establish. I decided to use this word because I wanted to solidify my brand and mission for this business. In 2019, I would invest a major part of my business into continuing education. I decided one of those avenues would be the Anchored Workshop in Charlotte.
When I learned that Anchor & Veil Photography, one of my favorite wedding photography businesses, was putting on a workshop I jumped onto the workshop site and paid the deposit without even a second thought. Yes, it was scary seeing a lot of money come out of my business account but I am glad I took the leap.
Here in New England it had been a pretty calm winter but low and behold there was a snowstorm the night before take off. This led to my flight being delayed 6 hours. Good News: I got my money’s worth from Netflix. Bad News: I had to spend a lot of money on airport food.
I remember finally landing in North Carolina and wanting to applaud the pilot, which I normally find annoying, and also thinking “this better be worth this”.
While at the workshop we spent half of one of the three days learning shooting techniques. These are my favorite images.
I want to thank and Devin and Kathryn Robinson for helping my business and showing me how to give my future clients an elevated experience.
Til Next Time
Styled Shoot Contributers
Erin Paige Events http://www.paigeandelliott.com/ – dress and tux
Olive and Co Paper https://www.oliveandcopaper.com/ –
Cooke Rentals https://cs.cookerentals.com/ – tableware
Megan Liveri Artistry https://www.moliveri.com/ – hair and makeup
Badgley Mischka https://www.badgleymischka.com/ – shoes
The Icing and the Cake https://www.theicingandthecake.com/ – cake
For more info on the photographer visit https://gemctphoto.com/about/