Monday, January 15, 2007

Update your look!

Did I say the people here are FANTASTIC?! I've had the pleasure of working with some of Hood River's real estate professionals recently and would like to share some of their comments and their accompanying portraits (yes, this is a shameless plug for my headshot services!)...

"Working with you has been both fun and pleasurable. In addition to the successful photo shoot in your beautiful studio, going off site for some specialty photos was yet another wonderful experience. You always brings the fun!"
• Louise McCulloch, Nunamaker Realtors

"I've never looked better. You're a master of photography and retouch! Many thanks. It was fun!"
• Eric Shetterly, RE/MAX Results, Inc.

"You are just fabulous!! My pictures were exactly what I wanted! You made me feel so at home in your studio, creating a wonderful atmosphere to capture the perfect shot!"
• Ginger Budrius, RE/MAX Results, Inc.

Is it time to update YOUR professional headshot? Is it important to you to project a confident and successful image? Then by all means take advantage of my current promotion; here’s what you will receive with this special introductory offer:

• an in-studio business portrait session for only $75 (regularly $125)
• a CD with your selected pose
• two fully retouched jpeg files, one color and one black & white

Call before January 31st to book your portrait session appointment and receive a free gift of an additional pose from your session (a $40 value).

Don’t put off taking advantage of all the benefits you can receive from a quality business portrait any longer. Please call me to discover what I can do for YOU.
Happy New Year Everyone!

I am SO excited to discover what lies ahead in 2007! The old year was so filled with changes, new home, new studio, new friends - I'm still very thrilled to be here, marveling every day at the beauty that surrounds me.

And the people are FANTASTIC! For 18 years I only knew Hood River as a visitor, and often commented on how friendly people were, how they smiled so readily at a stranger - remember, I was a Big City Girl back then. Now I move through the everyday motions of living (grocery shopping, going to the Post Office, taking a walk) and I find that the people I encounter on a daily basis aren't just putting on a happy face for a tourist - they are genuinely kind-hearted, open and friendly folk. Maybe I've lived in the City too long, but I can't help but feel it's a privilege to live among such caring and friendly (I can't stop using that word!) people - thanks for this first 6 months, Hood River! I am looking forward to the years to come...

Gratefully yours,