For over 200 episodes, Fast Track Coaching was the vehicle for me to get in my favorite conversations. From luminaries inside the photography world to the biggest names in business, these interviews are rich with insight and practical help to galvanize you and your work.
If you want to finally figure out how to never let your business own you, this year end conversation (year beginning?) is for you.
Dixie Dixon is fashion and commercial photographer. Dixie and I met as she was just graduating from college shooting weddings and just five years later is securing major commercial campaigns and represents Nikon.
In this conversation, we explore the trade-offs of shooting weddings and portraits vs. commercial work and what’s required with both. Dixie has extensive experience and insight that will serve you as you build your business.
Alex Niki is Principal at Resource Magazine based in New York City.
In this conversation, we talk about the evolving photography industry including what’s changed and what’s coming. I find Alex’s perspective fascinating. I think you’ll enjoy this.
Jeremy Pryor is an entrepreneur and co-founder at EpipheoStudios.com.
In this conversation, we talk about the importance of narrative in marketing and branding and how to create immediate meaning for your clients in photography and beyond.
EPISODE 200 (!)
Tamara Lackey is a photographer, author and educator at TamaraLackey.com.
In this conversation, we talk about how to cultivate health, relationships, time, money and home as a professional photographer and creative.
Aaron Nace is a photographer and principle at Phlearn.com.
In this conversation, we map a real and accessible path from new photographer to super-advanced and how to leverage Phlearn as a vehicle to get there.
Nate Grahek is the creator of Sticky Albums.
In this conversation, we talk about the emergence of mobile, the dangerous game Facebook is playing and why you need to own your content more than ever as a professional photographer.