Day Seven grace
Why "Day Seven" ? .... Chaos can drown the creative mind, I want to help you regain your Day Seven... where you can step away from the work you have created, the time you have invested in others and exhale because you have found your purpose and it is well with your soul. (and because your family needs you)
When I started building my mentoring program I knew I had a specific photographer in mind to work with... I know she is out there trying to find her way, her voice and vision. She is juggling motherhood and her passion to create while trying to pay the bills. I want to work with the photographer who has already found themselves in a rut in their business and looking for a revival of their creative soul. I want to help you and guide you to become not just successful but with a true purpose. It's important to me that we are a good fit before we start. My mentoring isn't for the beginner or someone who is looking to start a business...
I have put together a few pre-requisites:
*Must be a registered tax paying business
*Must have a focus on family/child/portrait work
*Must be shooting professionally for at least 2 years
*Must have a website/portfolio
*Must have business insurance
*Must have an established shooting style
*Must live at least 2 hours outside of 12771
*Basic Knowledge of Lightroom a bonus
Why so many pre-requisites? Well I just KNOW exactly where I can help someone and at what stage of the game. It was a few years into this business that my breaking point happened, I want to meet the right photographer in the same spot and help breathe life back into them.
I don't want to turn you into a carbon copy of me... if you do resemble me after our time together, then I have failed. I want to help you become who you are destined to be as an artist, I want you to find your purpose in making this world better and brighter because of the unique song in your heart you want to share. I believe when you start sharing that with other's, trust will happen.
"The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time." - Mary Oliver