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Setting Yourself Up for Success with Newborn Portraits
The newborn portraiture market keeps growing—do you want to harness that emotion and power? Join Keri as she discusses tips and strategise for breaking into this market and setting yourself up for success in it. Learn by example as Keri shares how she prepares for and carries out a successful newborn session, including prepping parents, session workflow and transitioning.
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Keri Meyers is Seattle's leading newborn photographer with a unique and classic style that has greatly impacted the newborn photography industry. She is a mom, wife and entrepreneur running her business from home so that she can be close to her young boys. She has photographed hundreds of newborns from the Greater Seattle area, and photographers from all over the world travel to learn from her in her Duvall, Washington studio…with hopes of gaining the knowledge, tips and strategies that make her one of the most successful and sought-after photographers in her field. As a former elementary teacher with a master’s in education, teaching and encouraging others to grow has always been a core part of Keri. She has personally mentored and educated over 200 photographers worldwide over the last two years, and has influenced hundreds of thousands through social media outlets. Sharing her passion for newborn photography and educating others about newborn safety are her highest priorities as she moves forward with her business. This desire to connect and educate led her to create an online community for professional newborn photographers, www.newbornphotography.com.
Keri is a member of PPA and National Association of Child Photographers. In 2010, she was awarded first place in the Newborn Division in the National Association of Child Photographers Image Competition. Keri has also earned first place two years running in her local community as best portrait photographer in King 5's Best of Western Washington Contest in 2010 and 2011.