Matthew Kemmetmueller, AKA The Body is the Lead Photographer/Owner of Kemmetmueller Photography based just outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Matthew was first introduced to this industry from his father who started Kemmetmueller Photography in 1972. From here Kemmetmueller Photography grew in the metro area to one of the area’s largest studios photographing hundreds of high school seniors, families, babies, weddings as well as managing a major volume based sports business.
In 2010 Matthew took full ownership of the studio from his father and began to focus on diversifying the income for the studio and growing it into new directions. After developing a successful photo booth rental service and an extremely successful sister company that photographs boudoir Matthew has his complete focus on making his studio a fast output, high-quality place that proves that high volume studios do not mean low quality. His boudoir company, Elusive Art, is photographed, edited and sold by all female photographers. The growth of this sister company has allowed Matthew to continue shooting high school seniors and families while maintaining his goal of diversifying his company to its full potential. Matthew has also focused his attention on making daily deal websites like Groupon, Living Social and The Knot.com, profitable and effective. With three successful businesses, Matthew is now actively sharing every step he has taken to perfect his business in a no secrets/no BS style of teaching.
Instructors: Matthew KemmetmuellerWebinar: What are the disadvantages and advantages to À la Carte wedding versus packages weddings? This will be examined in this webinar. Matthew will provide insight into how he sustained such successful businesses through setting up good investments and incentive pricing. He will also explore innovative and exciting in person sale tactics to enhance the customer service of your business. Matthew will highlight when and how to discount in certain circumstances, to sell prints versus digitals, and when and how to add more products to drive sales.