Educator, Fine Art Photographer, Speaker, Illustrator, Course Developer, Graphic Designer, Author, Mom, Wife, Daughter, Cat Lover...and the list goes on!
Sue is the Founder of Luckychair, (WEB DESIGN, LOGOS & ILLUSTRATION, and GRAPHIC DESIGN), and Sue Jenkins Photography; She is also Employed by Marywood University as an Assistant Professor!
It is a no-brainer why Sue would need a Branding Photography session for her crazy busy life! Here is the thing about your online presence: It needs to be clear, relevant, and up-to-date. In order to be looked at as an expert--as the go-to person in your field--you need to SHOW UP. And beyond showing up, you need to STAND OUT.
What is it that makes you unique? How can you answer the question: "Why you?"
A PBP session doesn't have to take an entire day to get you the variety you need. Sue and I covered 3 of her many stories in just a couple hours in Scranton, PA.
Here's how that is accomplished...PLANNING.
Once you book with me, I send out a questionnaire to get to know you and your business/cause, and then I do bulk of the planning for you. Once I get the main themes, ideas, and locations figured out, I come back to you and ask for input and any other ideas you may have beyond what I have come up with to propel your story forward and strengthen your brand. Allowing you to sit back, relax, and feel confident that your session will rock and be just what you were needing.
So, this past Monday I traveled to NYC with my best friend, Rachel, to swap branding sessions with a fellow photographer. While I will have more on that soon, first I wanted to share with everyone this cute restaurant: Ella Kitchen & Bar @ 249 Columbus Ave, New York, NY 10023.
We were in the car for 4.5 hours. 2.5 in driving to get to the city, and 2 in looking for parking. Yes. 2 hours. To find parking. I was going out of my mind!! FINALLY we found something, and guess what...It was FREE! So we gathered our belongings and set out to find a restroom and lunch. We ended up with brunch. Rachel and I both ordered the Egg and Cheese Croissants. They were amazing, and even came with fries and a salad.
This establishment was soooo cozy! I sat on an elevated bench decorated with little pillows on the back wall. (I wish I took a photo of that too.) It has a Latin and Mediterranean atmosphere and menu, with vegan options to boot. The dining room wall was decorated with an array of mirrors in various shapes and sizes:
So, basically, if you are on the west side of Central Park and in need of some light, affordable fare, stop in! The waitstaff was courteous and prompt and the food was great. Don't pass this eatery up, and look for this entrance in the midst of your usual city storefronts:
About ME and The Blog
Welcome to my little piece of the inter-web! I am here to share some valuable information and posts with you about what I offer, what you need, and how to tie them all together successfully! I am a Personal Branding Photographer and it is my job to help you tell your stories and convey those intimate moments to your audience in beautiful images. Scroll on through and read-up and don't forget to drop some comments if you have questions or just want to say: "Hi Valerie!"