Robyn Graham Photography

Women Supporting Women

I have been super busy with head shot sessions over the past few weeks.  The wonderful women and entrepreneurs in the head shots below are just a few of the amazing people I have photographed.  Lisa, Joanne, Beverly, Michelle and Christine are all members of Network Now, a premier business support and networking organization for women.  Each session was unique based on the individual personalities of the women being photographed, but all were equally as fun.

Most people who come to me for head shots say, “I don’t like to have my picture taken”, or “I hate to have my picture taken.”  These women were not exceptions to this and each was a bit nervous about being photographed.  The good news is that my sessions are always relaxed.  We talk and I get to know them and learn about their businesses and families all while helping them relax and just enjoy their moment in the spotlight.  I really make it painless and pleasant for each and every one of  my clients.   And the best part is, I feel like I’ve not only made a business connection, but a friend at the end of each session.

A statement that each one of the women featured in this blog post made during their session was  “as women we need to stick together and support each other”.  I couldn’t agree more and am happy to be able to share their beautiful smiles and links to their respective businesses.

To learn more about my clients and their businesses be sure to check out their websites by clicking on the links below.   You just might find something you’ve been needing or looking for.

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Lisa, Executive Director Nerium International

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Joanne, Owner and Pastry Chef at The Lucky Cupcake

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Michelle, Founder and Educational Counselor of Forward College Counseling

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Beverly, Owner and Pastry Chef at Sweetah’s – a gluten-free bakery

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Christine, Principal/Agency Manager at The Bailey Insurance Group

 

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4 comments

  1. Oh, Robyn, you certainly “get it,” and your photography reveals it.
    Years ago, a struggling writer attended my Wednesday writing class for several months. She had two wonderful but difficult stories to write, and through the support of the special all-women group, she finished them both. In celebration, she gave us all magnets by Shannon Martin (madisonparkgroup.com). A line of 4 women from probably the 1920s face the camera, each with a hand on the shoulder of the women in front of her: “Behind every successful woman are a lot of other women.” 😉 <3

  2. Excellent portraits, Robyn. I’m glad that you were able to make everyone comfortable. It surely showed in these images

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