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Why I needed personal brand photos

what our clients have said

Creative personal brand photos ensure you stand out and connect with clients in today’s flooded digital environment. But don’t just take our word for it – here it is straight from some of our clients, all who have established successful businesses:

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I needed to develop my personal brand for both my coaching/ mentoring/ marketing business but also by public speaking that I am being approached for more and more. 

– Jennifer Than-Htay, Verve Business (business coach and consultant)


It was important to brand myself under my new name as so many people still know me by my former name – my photos will really help cement that brand for me.

– Anthea McGuigan, Commara (aged care consulting)

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I have many great images to use across so many platforms that really capture my brand.  It’s important to work with a professional photographer who goes above and beyond to get to know you, identify your core goals for the shoot and the bigger purpose for the images, and who has a gift for bringing out the best of you and your brand. 

– Shannon Bush, Creative Possibility (business coach)

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Wanting to make an impact for our new venture and unsure how to make a creative impact, we hired Julissa. Within days of our photo shoot we had an array of photos ready for print, social media and web. We love our photos which show us as professional, approachable and personable.

– Sara Hall, Finer Details (personal concierges)

What I love is having a photographer that works with my more out-of-the-box, zaney ideas and accommodates my creativity without limiting it. I especially like the direction given on placing arms, hands and face angles so the most flattering angle can come through.  

– Jennifer Gillson, Image by Jennifer (image consultant)

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I had a definite idea in mind about the shots I wanted from my creative profile shoot as I wanted the photos to be in keeping with Pinc’s theme (black and white with a hint of pink). The photos were exactly what I wanted. They blended in beautifully with my website and could be used on other marketing tools also. I’ve had some fantastic comments and people get a feel for who I am and what I do.

– Kylie Kempton, Pinc Management (professional writing)

The creative profile shoot was important to my business because it gave me a truly professional image.

– Rebecca Cole, founder of Networking WA (business events)

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