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.
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.
Mary Fisk-Taylor talks about the important things...family, printing, laughing, and family again. Join us as we laugh, cry a bit, and then laugh some more so we don't cry too much.
Nate Peterson and his wife Teresa own NP Design and Photography in New Richmond, WI. Focusing mainly on high school seniors, they've emulated some strategies from the wedding industry to develop a fantastic way to profitably provide their clients with amazing images and great products they'll enjoy for a lifetime.
Matthew Hodgman, a professional photographer of going on 23 years, started doing in person sales, (I.P.S.) in late 2004 and has never looked back. Making the change to being more involved with clients through the consultation, session planning, sales and final installation of the products has been and continues to be the right choice. Not only from a business perspective but a personal one too.
Brooke Shaden may be one of the most creative individuals on the planet today. But if you follow her, then you already know that. What sets Brooke apart from other artists is her heart and how she walks her talk. Join this conversation as we discuss Brooke's growth as an individual and what the coming months look like for this authentic artist and lover of life.
Kari Campbell is an interior decorator based out of Minneapolis. She's a wife, a mom, and a business owner. Join the conversation as we discuss the importance of integrating portraiture into a home, the potential of photographers working with interior decorators, and some sales tips.
Vicki knows marketing and relationships. Listen in as she describes how well they pair and how you can grow your business as a result.
Dane Sanders - How Business Owners Get Paralyzed by What’s Next
Join Kevin Kubota and I as we challenge ourselves with questions regarding ethics and photography.