I'm Emily, a, professional photographer living and working in Nashville. I specialize in fashion, senior portrait photography and modern portraiture.
My goal is to provide my clients with a unique and enjoyable experience, whether on-location or in my studio. The experience starts with our pre-session consultation where we get to know each other, and I can get a sense of your tastes and style, allowing me to create images which showcase your unique personality. I work with a team of professionals including a hair and makeup artist for to make sure you look and feel your best!
I am totally committed to your satisfaction, and put all of my skill and experience into every session so that you get the beautiful images which will be the envy of your friends.
Let's get together and plan your portrait session!
- Email: [email here]
- Phone: 555-555-5555
- Contact Page [Click Here]
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I just moved or removed a couple of commas, and added a "to" in front of discuss. If we can get Lenny to proof my proof, you're gold.
Emily Rose McGonigle is a photographer based in Nashville, TN, specializing in fashion senior portrait photography and modern portraiture.
She strives to provide her clients with a unique and fun experience, whether that be on-location or in the studio. In order to accomplish this, she will meet with you before your session to get to know you and to discuss the vision for your photo shoot. She also works with a team of professionals, including a hair and makeup artist for senior and modern portrait sessions, to make sure you look and feel your best!
Emily is a fun-loving individual with a love for music ranging from The Mars Volta, Mute Math, Colony House, James Bay and some Pop guilty pleasures as well.
She enjoys TV and movie comedies, well-written suspense stories and has a slight (read: major) addiction to social media.
If you'd like to meet with Emily about a session, feel free to contact her in one of the following ways:
Email: [email here]
Contact Page [Click Here]
Carrier Pigeon (Please allow 24 hours for response using this method. If no response is received within 24 hours, please try again using one of the other methods listed above.)
It looks ok to me, but I'd drop the reference to specific bands. I'm into a bit of rock music myself, and my son runs a music mag, and I've never heard of any of them. I'd stick with just using the term Rock Music, bands can go out of vogue very easily. What would your clients have thought if you'd had The Lost Prophets listed there? Good luck with it, I've tried and failed myself
You're not exactly a newbie. You've been doing this for a while and have a portfolio to show for it. That should be mentioned in the first paragraph where you're setting the stage and giving your credentials.
Mentioning the process you go through in the second paragraph is good, but I'd consider rewriting it a little to be more chronological. Because at this point, the buying decision is "How is she going to make this work for us?" Letting them visualize the process a little helps in letting them know that you know what you're doing.
Next question may be "But how will I know my daughter/son/spouse/etc. will really look their best?" and the answer may be to give them a sense of your personality and your approach to doing the shoots. This section should include stuff that would allow people to feel that you're "one of them", so that you'll "get" what they want without a lot of effort on their part.
And now the hook - what can you do that they can't get anywhere else. This is where testimonials from previous clients are really important, not necessarily for testimonial quotes, but for the things they say they enjoyed and appreciated the most from your sessions. Because those bennies (the positive experience) is the real product that you're selling. The pictures will be a confirmation of the positive experience.
Hope this isn't too long. Emily, your talent at shooting is obvious. Your prospective customers need to get that feeling as well.