I don’t care how many times it happens – I’m always delighted when one of my images is published. However today it’s sort of extra special because it’s a dear friend of mine and it’s Guitar World magazine!!! Brian Koenig is an amazing musician and teacher based here in Madison Wisconsin. When he’s not shredding faces on stage with Lords Of The Trident – he’s helping his students learn to play music. Brian is an amazing teacher. How do I know? He’s given me a lesson. It was an amazing experience that I can’t wait to have again soon!!
Why do I need to update my professional business portrait?
Do you want to begin every new business relationship with a lie?
This sounds a bit over dramatic but it’s true. We have become a nation/world of highly visual people. Potential customers are using the internet to seek out professionals and companies for all of their needs. When they find you is the image you are using really who you are or who you were 10 years ago? When they walk into your business to meet you for the first time will they recognize you? If they don’t – what do you think that says to your new client?
Business portraits need to be updated every two years – minimum.
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When was the last time you updated your professional portrait? If it’s been more than two years you need to have a new one taken. Seriously. Styles change quickly – do you really want potential clients to think you’re not up with the latest trends? I know that sounds a bit ridiculous but most people want to know that the professional they choose for any service is current and relevant in their industry. People are visual. If you look outdated – then maybe you aren’t that innovative person they are looking to hire.
In studio or on site – we want to help you and your business be successful!
When I look around I see art everywhere – at the grocery store, in a lock on a door or a broken window. Art is there and waiting for us to discover it and share it.
I typically start my new art projects at the beginning of each year but honestly, I was a bit uninspired this year. Thanks to the polar vortex, trying to keep warm was my main priority. Even though I’m still a bit chilled, an idea popped into my head as I was making coffee this morning. I was looking down into my glass as I poured coffee over the ice and I saw art. The ice melted into odd shapes and the light hit the edges causing this golden halo that was nothing short of beautiful. Yes, yes – I think coffee is the most beautiful thing on the planet but there was more to it today.
So here’s the project. Bring me an ordinary, everyday object. Something that is not already art. Bigger than a grape but small enough to carry easily. I will take some photos and create some art. All the original photos and the art will be shared here. If you like anything you see – let me know and we’ll see about getting you a print.