This Conversation with Jed Taufer
Summary: Join Jed Taufer as he hosts conversations with your favorite photographers and creatives covering topics of all shapes and sizes.
Gary Hughes isn't a man of few words. In fact, he's a man of many words and a wise one beyond his years at that. Listen in as Gary talks about his transition into running a business that makes sense for him and his family as well as a few other entertaining tangents along the way.
Jeremy Cowart blocked some time out for a quick discussion to catch us up on where he's come from and where he's going.
Jared Platt wears many hats. He has the uncanny ability to make you laugh one minute and want to cry the very next. Join us as we discuss his thoughts on Why It All Matters.
Teri Fode is a business person first. She loves photography, but she REALLY loves business. Listen in as she talks about the importance of keeping your clients for life and how to do just that.
Kira Derryberry isn't afraid of a challenge. She's one to take the bull by the horns. Check out how she's always looking to grow and improve as she discusses ways to level up your business and your life!
Bry Cox is good with numbers and money. He's a photographer, but he's also a businessman. And a great one at that. Listen in as Bry shares some dos and don'ts about how to tackle money, numbers, and pricing from a different angle...not just the "what's" but the "why's" as well.
Kristen and Eric Kaiser aren't just another husband and wife wedding photographer team. They work hard and they play hard. They love to travel to beautiful places, eat delicious food, and have a blast while they're at it. Listen in and be inspired and entertained by the undeniable chemistry between these two love birds.
The photography industry has gone through a tremendous shift in the last 15-20 years. Not only has enduring the transition from film to digital, it has seen a huge gender shift from primarily male to primarily female. Kia addresses this and some of the challenges and victories associated with it.
Carrie Wildes is a fan of the "Word of the Year" concept. Find out what her word is this year and why she's so sold on the idea.
Jamie Hayes has a very no-nonsense approach to photography, business, and life in general. Have a listen as this straight shooter tells it like it is and pulls no punches.
Julia Kelleher is a master of the in person sale. She has grown her studio into an almost half-million dollar annual business with three employees. Listen to her words of wisdom.
The title sums this conversation up well. Dixie and I cover a lot of fun material.
Julieanne Kost discusses the role that personal projects play in her life and why she thinks creatives should consider implementing them if they haven't already.
Tim Walden, along with his wife, Beverly, have been professional photographers and educators in the photography industry for over three decades. Their motto: "Do less. Do it better than anyone else." Years ago, the Waldens created one of the best known styles of black and white portraiture that is now recognized around the world. Named Relationships with the tagline "Images That Speak" for the stories their portraits told, it is still at the core of their active portrait studio and in great demand from their clientele
Kim Hartz is a photographer, entrepreneur, consultant, mentor, speaker, and loving mother to two humans and two fur babies. She is an intimate photographer foe babies, both with and without fur, and she works diligently to capture her clients’ little ones as seen through their eyes. Having successfully been in business since 2010, Kim spends her time behind the camera as well as in front of other photographers, helping them find their niche. She is a sought-after speaker and offers one-on-one business coaching, photography mentoring, workshops and online programs.