Available Coaching Types
Business: Business coaching may involve consultations on marketing plans, pricing for photographers, social media expertise, client or competitor identification and analysis, branding, productivity, and more.
Edit My Images: Provide a folder of images to the coach prior to the session and she’ll apply her processing style to those images and walk you through them, step by step. You’ll be able to ask questions along the way.
Freestyle Experience: The freestyle experience is a custom coaching session, mentorship, shooting event, or personalized program custom developed by a coach. Details are available on the individual coach pages.
Portfolio Review: Provide the coach with your portfolio images and she’ll walk you through the images with you with an eye to the cohesiveness of the portfolio, the strength of your composition, the technical merit and the processing.
Problem Solving: Do you have a specific areas that are giving you difficulty? Your coach will address your questions and will give you specific strategies that will help you move beyond your problem spots.
Website Review: You and your coach will give your website a critical examination, paying particular attention to user experience, cohesiveness of the design, structure, and text.
Workflow Walkthrough: Watch while your coach takes you through her workflow, from how she handles the images straight out of camera to the delivery of the final file.
Coaching Rate: $150/hour. Rate is based on session length and includes a customized intake form and continuing development plan.
My CMU Workshops
Lightroom Fundamentals is a 4 week course designed to help you uncover the secrets of Adobe Lightroom. We will walk through both the Library and Develop Modules, exploring all the amazing tools that Lightroom has to offer. You will learn how to create clean, consistent edits with your RAW files and develop a fast, efficient, and effective workflow to help speed up your editing time. Learn more >
Q & A
favorite teaching topics
Environmental Portraits, Clean & Creative Editing, Organization & Workflow, Natural Light
biggest lesson or piece of advice you want to share:
Never stop learning and growing. No matter where you are in your photography journey, there
will always be room to move forward.
a location you couldn’t do without:
In the middle of the desert just as the sun goes behind the horizon
photographers and artists that inspire you:
Sarah Hill, Twig & Olive, Velvet Owl