This is Tori, a few months ago I got the opportunity to capture Tori’s beautiful essence at the Northern Beaches of Sydney. It took a little while for Tori to open up and relax in front of my camera, even though she is a pro in front of the Video camera she was self confessed at clamming up for still shots. We soon got chatting and the connection between us deepened. I had known Tori for around a year before the shoot but only through Facebook as we had connected previously through group chats and becoming ‘friends’ on Facebook. It’s so nice when you can finally connect with like minded women in the flesh!
After showing Tori a few moves for the camera and relaxing her through my terrible mum jokes, she started to shine! She started to have fun and relax into the space of joy and happiness and really allowed her truth to shine through.
Tori teaches female entrepreneurs how to grow their business through the use of video. Video is the strongest medium for engagement, traction and reach. It allows you to connect with heart & convert with ease. It is both an opportunity and essential skill in online business, whatever your stage.
Do you procrastinate around filming or do you ‘shoot n hope’? Sadly, neither convert your view time to clients. Grab my free guide to guide you through YOUR best next step with filming biz videos.
She believes that sound strategy and genuine client connection does more for your camera confidence than good hair. The purpose of video is NOT know, like, trust. If you think it is (as many ‘video gurus’ teach!), grab Tori’s free guide HERE for another perspective that will make hitting record WORTH IT.
I have such a wonderful life, so blessed being able to capture my dear friend and yes I say friend as Mitlé Southey had been an acquaintance, then a client and now a friend and it seems I’m even luckier as most of my dear clients have become my close friends and some even start to feel like family.
This is a photography session I captured back in September, I really strive to capture my clients in their soulful essence and I feel this was just how it was for Mitlé Southey thank you for letting me capture you in your inner light and essence. These photos were taken on Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast. \\
I also transformed Mitlé’s website from one of lacking direction and flow and we added graphics onto the images to create a brand and ease that ooses her personality and vibe. I can’t wait to show you what we have created, it will be released very soon.
I just love the way the sun kisses the sand and the mirror that the ocean creates all these synchronicities create the perfect environment for a photography session!
Here are some slides we created for the website… sneak peek!
Whats the difference between my logo and my brand?
Why is my new logo not doing much for me?
Everyone knows what a logo is. It’s that shape companies use to represent their company; like the McDonald’s golden arches (M), the Nike tick or Coca-Cola words. But what’s branding exactly?
Branding is a more holistic perspective of how your customers experience your company. Branding helps the business create the desire to want to work with your company. While a logo is only a small simple mark, a brand includes every single touch-point your potential customers have with your company.
Let’s use Coca-Cola as an example and consider the differences between a logo and a brand.
Logo on its own.
Advert with their style in mind. As you see here and below all the content and designs are different key messages but similar in their consistency with fonts, colours and imagery.
Coca-Cola’s logo is the welded words. It’s a nice clean shape that is easy recognised. The name Coca-Cola came from one partner Frank M Robinson, suggested the name Coca-Cola, believing that “the two Cs would look well in advertising” . It’s very nice, but alone it wouldn’t do much for you.
Coca-Cola’s branding includes its commercials, sports celebrity endorsements, product packaging, store signage design, product placement on tv and in movies, sponsorships, in-store graphics, bottle design, the music in its videos, the design of its website, print ads, product photography, technology, social media presence and so on.
So, why does it matter? Why should I care that my designer also does branding and not just logo design?
Here’s why: your customers don’t experience your company from just a logo floating to them in a white Matrix-like void.
They experience your brand through your website, or your menu or your product packaging or your advertising. It’s important that the design company that is working on your logo understands that your logo is just one small part of a large collection of graphics that you will be presenting to your clients.
Unfortunately, this is where many business owners go wrong and only invest in the small part of getting a logo designed.
Business branding is essentially ‘how’ a business wants to be seen by clients.
DESIGN AND BRANDING
The key value of business branding is to achieve point of difference from competitors.
Keep these five points in mind when building your branding
Research, analysis and competitor review
Strategic brand development
Targeted brand design
Consistent brand communication across all visual media forms
Feedback, performance review and maintenance
Business branding must be sustainable and ongoing. Strategy and design unite to deliver real values that resonate with your clients. Business branding is a practical and cohesive ‘action plan’ to build business success.
Here at Emepic, I work mostly with intuitive souls that want more than just a logo, they want the essence of who they are to shine through their branding and photography. I offer a full complete branding package delivered to you with specific healing before we do the design and photography to ensure you are ready and no fear blocks will pop up at you.
The work I do is very profound in, it’s what you’ve been waiting for and I find some people are confronted by the work as it’s a shift within them really asking them to step up into who they are and show the world what they can deliver. If you’d like more information please contact me on email@example.com or 0437 216 742.