Michelle offers a limited number of one-to-one Skype mentoring sessions throughout the year.
Please email us to schedule your appointment!
2017 Skype Mentoring – $500
• A 90-minute Skype session
• In-depth answers to three of your most pressing questions or topics
• Continued support if you have a follow-up question afterwards
I am happy to chat, mentor and advise you on anything you’d like! I usually have you think about your most pressing topics you’d like to discuss and send them to me in advance so I can prepare our discussion and tailor it to your needs.
Topics I enjoy teaching include…
— the Senior Portrait Industry
— using Social Media (specifically Facebook & Instagram)
— Senior “rep” programs
— Ways to build your business and brand and breaking in to new markets
— Switching markets
— Commercial photography
“…Michelle – I cannot thank you enough! Seriously, I haven’t stopped thinking about ALL the things we discussed…P.S. The session was worth every single penny and then some! BEST investment for my business EVER…” – Winnie Forbes, Photographer
“…Hi Michelle, HOLY CRAP!!! Okay so… THANK YOU!!! I know I said it already…, but I appreciate you taking time out of your day to sit and talk with me. Not only were you super informative, you were REAL and normal and down to earth and I LOVED THAT!! I’ll be honest, I was a bit nervous because whether you like it or not, you’re a Rockstar Photographer!! I’m sorry if my questions jumped around like the ADD fish Dory from Finding Nemo, but I think you answered everything question I had and more…” – Stephanie Dyane, Photographer
“…Michelle, I’ve admired your work for a long time now, and I am still beside myself that I had the opportunity to shoot with you…It was a thrill to see you in action and to listen to you talk about photography. You have a great energy about you, and it definitely reflects back into your work. Thank you for being so much fun during our shoots. Your sense of humor is awesome! I love meeting people who bring out the best in others. I hope our paths cross again in the future…” – Michelle Perry, Photographer