Studio News – Speaking at Inspire Photo Retreats

One of the questions I get asked most often is what I do in the off-season when I’m not shooting a wedding every weekend.  While I wish I could say that I go skiing every day and wake up really late, that’s not really the truth (as if my sons would let me sleep late).  Things do slow down a bit, but there’s a lot of regrouping and re-energizing that takes place during the down times.  Usually, I try to attend at least one workshop or conference to brush up my skills and stay fresh.  For the past few years, I’ve actually been invited to do some speaking and educating as well.  Last week I was both a willing attendee and a speaker at the Inspire Photo Retreats in Portland, ME.  Inspire is basically a great opportunity to connect with peers, share ideas and continue educating and pushing myself to learn and grow as an artist, business person and photographer.  My class was a bit of a problem solving class that explored ways to prevent and solve some of the common challenging issues that arise at many weddings (for example, timelines, weather, etc).  I’m excited for the next season to begin and put some of my new ideas to use!  A big thanks to Kate McElwee for sharing this image with me:

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