As a Nashville branding photographer my goal for your session is for it to be exactly what you want it to be for your business! I send a brief questionnaire to each branding client so I can have an idea of their vision for the shoot, and I can know how I can help plan the session! I loved working with Meghan for her branding and headshot session at The Well and Vanderbilt University! Meghan wears many hats as a researcher, author, speaker, and podcast host, and she is passionate about facilitating training sessions that focus on growth! Our goal for her photo session was to portray a professional and credible brand, while also being fun and authentic!
We started this session at Meghan’s favorite local coffee shop, The Well! When Meghan was writing her book, Generation Z: A Century In The Making, she spent a lot of time at The Well and fell in love with their mission! The coffee shop was pretty crowded, but we still managed to get a lot of great headshots and lifestyle content. Meghan brought along her podcast microphone, her books, and her laptop so we could capture some photos of her working.
After our time at the coffee shop we headed to a local university for a change of scenery. Meghan wore a gorgeous wrap dress, and we used Vanderbilt’s white columns as our backdrop! Meghan has the perfect mix of casual and dressy pictures to choose from because of how different the two locations are!
You can head to Meghan’s site to see how she implemented her new branding photos into her website!
Here is what Meghan had to say about her Nashville branding photography experience with Mandy Liz:
“Mandy is a wonderful photographer. She takes the time to get to know her clients and ensure they have the best possible experience. Her photos are fantastic and personal, which is just a reflection of who Mandy is as a professional and person. She makes you feel like you’re spending time with a friend, all while capturing photos and moments you’ll love and cherish.”
Meghan Grace – Nashville Creative Branding And Headshot Session
April 20, 2019