Talking Hybrid shoots with Paula Brennan

So thrilled to be interviewed by Paula Brennan for her podcast THE BUSINESS OF PERSONAL BRAND PHOTOGRAPHY! 

Click on the link here to listen.

In this episode, Paul and I talk about my 23 years of experience as a portrait photographer and who I learned from, and what I took from my Fine Arts degree at National Art School.

I did learn a lot about wall art and fine art styles, but the practical tools were from assisting others and I learned the most from Vanessa Forbes from Absolute Photography.

We also discuss the concept of offering a “Hybrid” shoot. This can be a personal branding shoot with hair and make-up with the last 20 mins being with your family – or your pet, or a boudoir session while you are feeling incredible – which you will after being pampered!

Here at Lion & Cub, I can offer a unique aspect to my sessions that sets us apart from other photographers. I can provide clients with the option to add on a family or boudoir session at the end. Clients can bring in their family or have an intimate, sensual shoot in lingerie to explore their femininity. Having a multifaceted session means that clients can invest in their personal brand, capture memories with family or loved ones, and celebrate themselves with confidence.

Investing in a personal branding style shoot is an investment in yourself and your business. It’s more than just a photoshoot; it’s a chance to tell your story, evoke emotions, and attract your ideal clients. 

When you book with Lion & Cub, you are investing in years of experience, creativity, and quality. You’re investing in images that will help you build a personal brand that resonates with your target audience.

It’s time to elevate your brand’s online presence and showcase the true you – and get a bonus of some other photos while you feel fabulous!

Listen in to hear about:

* How Nikki McLennan learnt “Photography”
* Personal Brand Opportunities within the boudoir & adult market
* Overcoming blocks around what other people “can afford”
* The benefit of learning in a small group environment
* Crafting time for her life alongside of business at 40

winner of an award lady

Leave a Comment