The Arts & Apples Festival, hosted by the Paint Creek Center for the Arts is one of the best art fairs I’ve ever seen. Artists from all disciplines (and from all over the country) show off some really incredible work — photography, sculpture, painting, wood working, clothing and more. As a photographer, I was blown away by the level of work.
If you’re in HR or manage a lot of people, you’ll want to know Zach. If you’re looking to transition into a new career, you’ll also want to know Zach. He's a career management consultant at Right Management in Southfield. In addition to career management, the organization also provides talent management and leadership coaching.
A good massage makes all the difference at the end of a long week. So lets just say, it's great to have met Alyse Leidich. She recently opened A Hard Knot Life, her very own practice in Downtown Rochester, on Main Street! While the business is new, Alyse has been practicing for years.
Your headshot is about you. You are the star. The best headshots show you confident and approachable. The viewer should want to seek you out or give you a call. Here are a few points to consider to get the most value from your headshot project.
Before setting foot in the studio. Here are a few questions to consider. If you can answer these questions, you’ll be in great shape. Hiring a great photographer is of course important, but these questions will help guide the photographer in making the best image of you for right purpose.
If you're receiving my newsletter, you know that I've brought in some reinforcements. Jacquelyn Gutc, of Magpie Media is my new editor. Its amazing what happens with a little coaching and accountability. If you're struggling to keep up with your blog or newsletter, she can help.
Jacquelyn is also a client of mine. When you're the center of your business, it can be tough to put yourself out there. But she took the big first step with a personal branding session. Now she can be in her own marketing material rather than reaching for the stock photos.