Leslie Kerrigan – Episode 024 – A Photographer Podcast Interview


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Leslie Kerrigan is the creator of Seniorologie and also has her own podcast. Leslie has run her own senior portrait studio for 10 years and started Seniorologie to educate herself and also share what she is learning. Conference 12, put on by Seniorologie, is in Nashville this year. You don’t want to miss this podcast episode! Listen in to hear what is working for Leslie these days in her business and what she’s fired up about in the industry. Leslie gives great social media advice you won’t want to miss. Camera brands, education and business are hot topics in this podcast. Internet Resources: Find somebody amazing to learn from in marketing or business, not even in the photography industry. Seniorologie FB group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/SeniorologieCommunity/) Seniorologie.com http://www.conference12.com/ Books Work Party by Jacelyn Johnson (https://amzn.to/2C9ibgJ) Nasty Galaxy by Sophia Amoruso (https://www.amazon.com/Nasty-Galaxy-Sophia-Amoruso) Purple Cow by Seth Godin (https://www.amazon.com/Purple-Cow-Transform-Business-Remarkable) Read Full Transcript Transcription was done by Temi.com which means it’s an AI generated transcript. The transcript may contain spelling, grammar and other errors, and is not a substitute for watching the video. Leslie: 00:01 This is Leslie care again and you are listening to from nothing to profit. Speaker 2: 00:06 Welcome to from nothing to profit a photographer's podcast with Matt and Kayak where each week they talk to photographers about what is working in their business now so you can swipe those ideas and grow your business faster. Hello guys, Kia: 00:23 we are so excited to have Leslie Kerrigan with us today. As you can hear, she is great on the podcast already. She does her own podcast and she is the founder of see neurology it, which has a great Instagram account. And uh, I think you do, um, conventions and that type of thing. And so we'd love to hear more about you and your history and senior photography. Leslie. Leslie: 00:46 Yeah, thanks for having me. And Yeah, so I started senior photography and my own personal business, Leslie Kerrigan photography, Gosh, probably about nine or 10 years ago. And right around the same time I was trying to find information and learn about senior photography, um, and it wasn't really finding what I was looking for. So I created senior urology to help other people as I learned. So I kind of used it as a learning platform for myself, but also to share what I've learned with others cause I thought, well maybe they need to learn as well. So I started seeing urology and it started out as just a blog that interviewed other photographers and shared inspiration from other photographers. And then it quickly grew into in person workshops. And then that grew into what we have now, which is a conference once a year called conference 12 yeah, that looks really fun. Matt: 01:44 And where's that? Leslie: 01:46 So the conference conferences in a different city every year. And this year it's in Nashville, Tennessee. Matt: 01:52 Oh, awesome. That's really cool. Yeah, I've, I've been to Nashville for gungy conferences. It's a really like conference friendly city. I really liked it. Yeah. Leslie: 01:59 Right. Yeah, it's a great city. It's not too far from me. Uh, but you know, we actually had conference 12 in Denver, which was one of our most popular ones. So Denver was a great place to, Matt: 02:10 yeah, I think I, that's where I grew up. I don't live there anymore, but yeah, Denver so centrally located. And sometimes I think it's just forgotten about as like a major Midwest city, you know, but it seems like it's pretty easy to get in and out of Denver for a lot for people from both coasts and stuff like that. So that makes sense that it's was probably one of the more of the popular ones. And then you guys have guest speakers? Yeah, Leslie: 02:34 speakers,

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