How to Turn Event Photography into Commercial Work

Posted by on Oct 6, 2016 in Corporate | No Comments
How to Turn Event Photography into Commercial Work

When an amazing company like SiriusDecisions asks you if you’d be interested in capturing their European Summit, you just (politely) yell HELLS BELLS YES. I mentioned in my post about Dukes Bar martinis that I’ve shot several other US-based events for them, but going to London was a new endeavor. SiriusDecisions was originally looking for […]

That Time I had 36hrs in London {with no kids}

Posted by on Sep 30, 2016 in Corporate, Personal | One Comment

Yeah, you know…that time? You don’t remember? Oh – that’s because my mind was still blown that I was shooting in London!. Earlier this week, I had a two day shoot for SiriusDecisions, which has previously invited me to shoot in San Francisco, San Diego, Nashville and soon-to-be Austin. At the end of the shoot, […]

Kate & Lisa {Author Headshots} Lifestyle Photographer

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in Corporate | No Comments
Kate & Lisa {Author Headshots} Lifestyle Photographer

Kate and Lisa came to me in order to photograph some images for their book cover as well as for their promotional materials. We wanted to convey what it’s like to work with them as consultants and speakers, as well as document headshots they can use for various marketing materials.

Mrs. Patel’s Lactation Bars {Headshots}

Posted by on Apr 22, 2016 in Corporate, Headshots | No Comments
Mrs. Patel’s Lactation Bars {Headshots}

Anhoni, founder of Mrs. Patel’s Lactation Teas and Treats for Nursing Mothers, was in my original Mom’s group when Cal was born in 2009. We came up through the ranks of motherhood and business at the same time and I couldn’t be more proud of Anhoni’s “business baby”, Mrs. Patel’s. Whether you are local to […]

Bay Area Wine Company {Product Photography}

Posted by on Mar 17, 2016 in Corporate, Product Photography | No Comments
Bay Area Wine Company {Product Photography}

Nope, it isn’t some fancy gazillion dollar bottle of vino. What it is, is genius. My almost-birthday-twin, Amy Morgan’s genius, specifically. Here is my struggle: I go to Safeway and buy some mixture of $17-$20 reds that I know nothing about other than their price and their pretty labels. I come home and try them, […]