Archive for March, 2011
Last week I traveled to Pewaukee to photograph the Baumgartner Family. ┬áThis reunion was a little special as Jacob, a brother, son, and boyfriend of others present was here only for a limited amount of time. He was overseas and is off to Turkey for two years, so what a better way to commemorate his visit than in photographs? ┬áThis family was a lot of fun to work with, so many different personalities and their closeness is inspiring–Whether hanging out at dad’s condo, getting pizza, or playing apples to apples–the memories that are evident within these photos are definitely precious.No comments
Highschool…Oi, it’s hard to believe that that ended for me almost 6 years ago (I feel OLD! hahah) yet it is hard to believe. Well, some of you are still young and fabulous, not yet approaching the step-in-life between your youth and the real world. Some of you are still juniors in highschool, and it is your friends who will be walking across the stage in June receiving your diploma. In June, you are ALSO really growing up….on the last day of school you’ll be a senior, part of the Class of 2012. You might be excited, scared…you might also not really care, it is a different experience for everyone.
The last 10+ years of your life…you’ve had “picture day” at school. Everyone had the same background…you might have looked pretty or had a bad-hair-day…depends who you are. Regardless, it was a yearbook photo. It was the same thing year after year. I can keep babbling and reminiscing and boring you to death on this post…but might I remind you senior photos are different? You have the chance to be in images that show your lovely self, and show your freaking awesome personality.
Emily Bee Arts offers a more fun approach to formal photography…and we are giving you all the chance to get a deal on your photos (let’s face it…photos are expensive!) and in turn you help Emily Bee Arts get its name out there and the chance to offer freaking awesome photos for your friends and others!
Our SENIOR REP PROGRAM is offering two juniors per highschool graduating in 2012 the chance to get a FREE SESSION and discounts on your products, and discounts for your friends as well. How do you become a senior rep? It’s really easy…send me an email at INFO@EMILYBEEARTS.COM with the Subject as “Senior Rep Class of 2012″….if you are an enthusiastic and bright individual that can add a crap-ton of color to their photos and help promote Emily Bee Arts, we won’t find any reason to keep you from being a senior rep
Parent/Guardian Phone number:
What DO you want to be when you grown up?
Favorite subjects in school:
Why do you want to be a Senior Rep with Emily Bee Arts?
Once your email is sent, I will review the information and if a spot is open in your school, I will get back to you within 24-48 hours! The program is open for submissions NOW until June 1st, 2011…all sessions also have to be completed by this day as well. I will send you an optional questionnaire so we can learn more about you, apply that little bit of “personal flavor” (God, am I cheesy) to your photo shoot. After the shoot I will send you TEN watermarked images (Either via facebook or disc in mail) to share with your friends plus FIVE coupons for friends to get 20% off. Anyone else you refer after that gets 10% off. You yourself get a FREE session and 30% off all products. A little win-win for everyone.
PLEASE discuss your application and desire to be a senior rep with your parents/guardians before you send me an email. It’s good to keep them in the know, and if you aren’t 18 yet they would have to sign a model release for you anyways. Make sure you only promote Emily Bee Arts, and don’t rip on anyone else’s/other studios’ pictures…that’s not cool, and we won’t tolerate that either. Even though your session is free, you or your parent/guardian also must sign our standard contract.
Closing off this exceedingly long post–I would LOVE to take your pictures! ┬áPlease consider us as your photographer–I guarantee that your shoot will be a fun experience, and I am all about not making your photos look like ones you’ll regret looking at when you happen to dig through your keepsake box in the basement years later and you find your yearbookNo comments