As a photographer, Trish Logan was accustomed to weathering the peaks and valleys of the ever changing marketplace. But in 2011, she began adding schools to her client list and has never looked back!
From three contracts in 2011 to over 20 schools in 2015, Trish is an expert at knowing and teaching others how to secure – and keep – this high volume revenue.
Aside from the thousands of school photos that Trish manages every year, she has taken on many different leadership roles within the industry, including serving as a Platform Program Speaker at Imaging USA in 2016, she participated PPAs See the Difference Presentation at Imaging USA 2015, she is Past President of the Maine Professional Photographers, serves as the current Vice President of Programming for Professional Photographers New England.
Trish received her Photographic Craftsman Degree in 2016 and within one merit of her Photographic Master’s Degree. She has attended the Judge’s Workshop and judged at local area affiliates. Her work has earned several awards and honors including a 2012 PPA Silver Medal, her work has been accepted to the Loan Collection and PPAs Showcase Book. In 2011, Trish was named one of the top three finalists at Photoshop World’s Guru Awards in the photography category.
Whether in the studio, on location, at a conference or a leadership panel, Trish Logan is committed to her clients, her industry and the rising photographers with whom she can share her knowledge.
If you have established a Boutique model studio or want to grow your business, now is a perfect time bring in the big guns to your business by adding School Photography to the mix.
Join Trish as we explore:
- How to find schools to market to
- Understanding the industries demographics
- Learn to make contact; get face-to-face meetings and get a contract.
- Know what school boards & principals want to see in your volume bids
- Create packages, prepay flyers & camera cards for schools
- Staffing considerations you need to know
- Organization and Equipment needs
- Meeting expectations the schools have and want to see from you
- You photographed the job now what?
- Workshop flow and Package Production
- Securing and keeping those contracts