I’m super excited to announce that I’m now offering one-on-one mentoring for wedding photographers.

I am ultra passionate about teaching & helping others be the best they can be.  And I’m passionate about creating a community over competition mindset in our industry.   There’s absolutely no way I would have got my business to the point it is today, without reaching out to other wedding photographers for help and guidance.

Whether you are looking for assistance with business advice, client experience, marketing, workflow, SEO, software, or anything photography  – I’m happy to help out.

 

By no means, do I claim to ‘know it all’.  And I’m always looking for ways to get better myself in all aspects of business and photography.  I think the minute you think you know everything, don’t need to learn anymore & are not constantly pushing yourself, is the minute you start falling behind everyone else.  I still attend photography workshops and conferences each year, and will continue to.  All in the name of always wanting to get better.

 

Why am I doing this ?

 

Firstly, it’s blown my mind that I’ve had enough emails over the last 12 months from photographers reaching out to me for advice, that it only makes sense to make this an actual structured product.  And secondly, there is so many weddings in Melbourne (let alone all of Australia) every single year that there is well & truly is enough work for everyone to go around.  We don’t need to be selfish and not help each other out.  Again, community over competition.

 

I never studied photography & I have no formal training whatsoever in photography.  And I’m completely comfortable telling people that.   I’ve still never read a wedding magazine.  I fumbled my way through photographing my first wedding in 2012 whilst still working a full time office job – and I absolutely fell in love with shooting weddings straight away.  The pace, the excitement, the emotion.  I worked my arse off (and still do) and managed to build up that business to have enough work to make wedding photography my full time job in January 2015.  The following year saw me photograph over 70 weddings that calender year, and I’ve consistently booked that amount every year since.  The next question people usually ask when they hear that is – “You must be too cheap then?”.  I can assure you that’s not the case.

Therefore, I’m happy to share everything I know about –

 

  1. How I manage to get enough enquiries to easily book 70 weddings a year, whilst paying little to no money for advertising and not being published in any wedding magazines.
  2. How I maintain the energy, passion and easily manage the workload of shooting this volume of weddings.

In what is now close to 250 weddings I’ve been a part of, I’ve learned a few things along the way.  And I’m happy to share this experience with anyone looking to grow. This is perfect for photographers just starting out in the wedding industry or photographers who have been going at it a while, but finding the business side of things a little stale or slow.

As mentioned above – I don’t claim to know everything.  And I don’t own a magic pill that’s suddenly going to generate you hundreds more enquiries.  But I feel that by talking anyone through my processes, workflow, client experience etc – I would confidently say that you would gain some insight and pick up some great information to help you in your business.

I’m offering full day or half day sessions at my workspace in Mount Evelyn – where I’ll be a complete open book.  You can ask anything you want.  Or, we can mainly just cover one thing in particular, such as SEO – if you like.

Also, think of every cent you spend on your business with ‘ROI’ in mind.  I ask myself before spending any money on something education related; will I get a return on my investment ?  And if I learn only one thing that helps me book just one more wedding as a result.  Well then I have.  Simple as that.  🙂 #communityovercompetition

Wedding Mentoring Enquiry

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