Anne-Marie is Southern California based blogger, designer, and entrepreneur. Her blog, Anne-Marie Loves, has been live for 10 years and has evolved from a mostly scrapbooking-centered creative outlet to one that encompasses motherhood, DIY projects, cooking, decorating, and photography.
We talk about tips on staying consistent with long-term blogging, dabble in passive income topics like e-courses, monetizing her blog through sponsored posts, and turning 30!
Kat Krafel is owner and designer and Boss Lady for Veiled Beauty, an Etsy shop specializing in wedding veils. She has watched her business grow slowly and steadily over the past 8 years and then explode in the past year. Listen in to find out what her secret was to the huge growth and what she has got in store for the future.
This podcast is an addendum to the first podcast I recorded with Marianne in Episode 31. We continued talking after the interview ended, and I liked our conversation so much I hit "record" again and just let it go. This is a discussion about how some people have all the information at their fingertips and still somehow fail to launch their business.
On today’s show we have Torrance, the creator of Teak & Twine, a website that sells curated gift sets for occasions like weddings, birthdays, and holidays. Torrance also works with photographers to customize packages for their brand, and they make lovely welcome gifts for clients. She has an amazing eye for curating and assembling packages with goodies like handmade soaps, candles, tea, and lots of chocolate.
Since the holiday season is approaching, gift giving is the perfect topic for discussion!
Marianne Cantwell is a long-time friend of Phil's, and a phenomenal online entrepreneur. Not sure what that means? Go check out her website free-range-humans.com or read her book, How to Be a Free Range Human. She coaches people on how to start new businesses that they are passionate about, and she has been known to travel everywhere around the world while successfully running a 6-figure business.
In this episode we talk about what it means to really give yourself the life that you want as an entrepreneur, and not just jump from one career cage to another. Enjoy the free-flow conversation and please leave a comment if you have follow up questions!
This week's episode is a little different than our past episodes in that I had the pleasure of interviewing not one, but two photographers! Kayla and Gregory are both film wedding photographers who specialize in fine art photography. I wanted to gain two different perspectives on what it means to be a fine art photographer, so I asked each of them the following:
- How did you know you wanted to be a fine art photographer?
- What does fine art photography mean to you?
- Tips for people wanting to get started in fine art photography.