Why Your Best Client Matters

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Why your best client matters in personal branding: in a nutshell, because watering down your message by marketing to “everyone” doesn’t work.

When Customer Service Hurts Your Brand

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A few days ago, I had a bad morning. I had an email scheduled to go out at 7am. As I was sipping my tea latte that morning and going through my overnight email, I realized I didn’t see the newsletter email in my inbox. This newsletter was a big one for me – not … Read more

Why the Fire?

branding photo shoot by brand photographer Britney Gardner

I am not a music buff. I mean, I’m kind of famous for knowing most of the lyrics to a song, being able to belt it out in an off-key rendition nobody wants to hear, and still not knowing the name of the song or who sings it. So bear that in mind with the … Read more

Case Study: Danielle Louise Ross, Client Attraction Coach

brand case study for a client attraction coach

I stand 100% behind my clients as part of their upleveling foundation. When you invest in a Brandscape Photo Experience, it’s a significant step in your business. But I’ve only done half the job when I deliver those photos. Implementing the photos on your site, in your social media branding, including them on blog posts and summits and webinars… that’s where you fan the flame and continue igniting your business.

How to Use Canva: Creating Photo Graphics to Supplement Your Brand

marketing photographer Britney Gardner uses Canva to create soci

Canva is just plain awesome. I’d like to point out that very simple statement has way more behind it than it first might seem. I own a full suite of Adobe products, including Illustrator and InDesign, the graphic designer’s go to havens for all things design. I own Photoshop, the photographer (plus many other professionals) … Read more

Be Seen: Looking the Part & Being Authentically You

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Despite guiding my clients on their own personal brands, I sometimes struggle with my own messaging. Yes, shocking, I know. But the reality is, no matter how good I am at helping others, I often find myself at odds with my own work. I create beautiful and meaningful photos of my clients, yet constantly need … Read more

Case Study: Melissa Mattern, The Psychic Genius

[x_block_grid type=”two-up”][x_block_grid_item][/x_block_grid_item][x_block_grid_item][/x_block_grid_item][/x_block_grid] It’s been four months since I photographed Melissa. In some ways, this post is long overdue. In others, it’s perfect timing. When I work with conscious entrepreneurs I hear a lot of barriers to a successful business. The biggest of these usually revolves around trust. How do they build trust from potential clients … Read more

If not art, what legacy will you create?

I’m not a hopeless romantic, nor a true Potterhead. I’m not a musicophile. I couldn’t even name more than one Bowie album. And to some this post may seem many days late, but it’s only over the weekend that I heard the news of Alan Rickman’s and David Bowie’s deaths. The world of art has … Read more

DIY Photo Workshop for business owners

personal branding for small business owners by Britney Gardner

For the first time ever, I’m thrilled to announce I’m holding a photography workshop. It’s for the everyday business owner, just like you. Branding is all about perception. When I photograph my clients, I show what it FEELS like to work with you. Potential clients will know who you are, like you, and trust you … Read more

How A Minimalist Handles A Photoshoot

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Today I’ve something a little different to share! It’s a guest post by my recent client, Kathy Peterman. Kathy is a blogger and built a program, My Best Year. Talking with her during her personal branding photo session about My Best Year was enlightening and I can’t wait to see where she is next year … Read more