I support small businesses as a commercial photographer in San Luis Obispo.
The success of your marketing relies on great content and imagery to illustrate it.
If you’re a forward-thinking company then you understand the importance of making a great first impression and being ahead of your competitor. The pressures of keeping your brand on point though are very real. There are other companies doing a great job and it’s crucial that you keep up.
In the real world, I would never consider myself to be a competitive person but when it comes to business it's all about STANDING OUT from your competitors.
Being a commercial photographer has taught me to listen and ask the right questions so I know your message as well as how you want to make your audience feel. Tell me what your vision and goals are and how I can be of service. Let us know how we can capture the right message to put your company on track with your brand and marketing strategy.
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"Between 2007 and 2010, I worked as a Media Specialist and Outreach Designer for the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) in Mesa, AZ.
The division I worked for specialized in Distributed Mission Operation (DMO) training. Even though I photographed a lot of pilots in flight simulators, they were not learning to fly. It was all about communication between the command center, other pilots, and the Joint Terminal Attack Controllers, (JTAC) guys. These dudes stay on the battlefield and give the pilots target coordinates. They tell them what to bomb.
Our division also researched and developed night vision goggles. This, combined with a big presentation we were doing for an Immersive Training Conference, was meant to promote a Live Virtual and Constructive (LVC) exercise held in Florida. Therefore, I was tasked to photograph our night vision goggles in the studio one day. Then, I was told to capture an active duty pilot wearing night vision goggles while in an F-16 on a different day.
Yes, you read that right, an F-16..."
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