Dana and Kirsten talk all about the reality of running a photography business. They mention this Facebook post: https://www.facebook.com/kirstenlewisphoto/photos/a.461565317229007/2195850580467130/?type=3&theater
And, of course, you can see Kirsten's work here: http://www.kirstenlewisphoto.com/
And, find her on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/kirstenLphotog/ ***her instagram stories are full of inspiration and helpful tidbits
In this episode, I chat with Blake all about her personal project, We All Believe in You. We cover mental health in artists, recognizing your own limits, and being open to opportunities. See her project here: http://www.weallbelieveinyou.com/ and her own website here: https://www.blakeloates.com/
Elizabeth shares all about her own journey in photography and how taking her camera underwater helped her find some own clarity in the direction she wanted to take her own work. Find her beautiful work here:
Dana Pugh interviews the wonderful Amy Rushbrook from Australia all about being a creative and finding that balance between commissioned and personal work. Find her here:
Dana and Courtney talk all about running a sustainable photography business. We touch on definitions of terms and the importance of being specific with these terms. We talk about understanding your target market and how to use that to your advantage. Plus, much more. Please visit Courtney's website: https://www.creativehomeroom.com/ and follow her over on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/creativehomeroom/
A couple of small things, in this podcast, we talk a lot about The Real Life Conference in Canmore. This was recorded in late October, just a couple of weeks before we were to see each other at this conference. It is an amazing conference for female photographers. Go to the website to check it out: https://www.reallifeconference.com/
We also talk about a photographer with galleries in Vegas and I couldn't think of his name. It's Peter Lik.
In this episode, Dana talks to long time photographer and friend, Jen Downer of http://www.shesawthings.com/ about being the primary breadwinner, the challenges of personal work as your kids age, and longevity in the industry.
Dana Pugh has a casual conversation with photographer, Summer Murdock, about how motherhood has influenced her creative and business choices throughout her career. http://www.summermurdock.com/ and http://www.illuminateclasses.com/classes/