The Secrets to Success at Bridal Shows

Pete Wright M.Photog.Cr.

Bridal shows...some photographers love them; many hate them. But Pete Wright says it mainly depends on how you approach the opportunity. He, for example, knows how to present himself and create an exhibit that pays off! Want to learn how to properly position and market yourself at those bridal shows, based on Pete's proven methods? Join him for this online class, where he'll review the how-tos of setting up your exhibit to effortlessly attract potential clients into YOUR exhibit, not your neighbor's. (You'll also learn about the good, the bad, and the ugly exhibits to help you determine what NOT to do!) So tune in and make your next bridal show a real success.

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Pete Wright Bio

As a fourth-generation artist and a second-generation photographer, Pete Wright, M.Photog.Cr., was raised in North Carolina in an environment rich in art and photography. His photographs were first published when he was 14 years old (when he accepted his first paying job as a photographer working for a regional newspaper). Years later, in 1997, his first studio (PW Photography) opened in Greenville, North Carolina. The following year, the company moved to Richmond, Virginia. The studio’s work has ranged from portraits and weddings to sports and editorials.

During his 25 years of working as a photographer, Pete has earned the Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman degrees from PPA. He also received Photographer of the Year honors from PPA for five consecutive years (2007 – 2011), has been awarded several Fuji and Kodak Gallery Awards, was accepted into the PPA Loan Collection multiple times, has been featured in several national publications, and is fortunate to have lectured around the world about his passion for photography. He loves to teach and inspire others to follow or find their passion in photography and use that passion to build a successful business!

Pete is a true believer in the term "pay it forward," and he feels it is his responsibility to be an open book. He hopes to share his own knowledge to help create educational opportunities and expose new photographers to a diverse and talented group of photographic educators. It is his life's goal to see the photographic industry survive and thrive in change!