What’s the best part about your work? Helping female small business owners show themselves off to the world. I see how amazing they are and I am grateful that I can use my skills as a photographer to show them how amazing they are too.
What challenges have you’ve faced in this industry as a woman? As a black woman in this industry, I notice that my rates get questioned more than others. I’ve been expected to work for little to nothing, when I know how much was paid to my white female counterparts.
What’s one way you would suggest people “Change the Lens”? Supporting films and projects created by women and trans people of color and most importantly, hire them!
What goals do you have for this year? I want to continue to grow my photography business. This is my tenth year of being a photographer and I am still learning and evolving and I am excited to see how my business grows this year.
What women in the region (New England) inspire you? My co-founders of The Branding Edit, Patsy Culp and Olivia Rodrigues. Also, my friend Sierra Barter, who founded The Lady Project.
Upcoming Events or Announcements? What are you working on? I recently launched BT’s Bootcamp, my productivity coaching service for people who are a bit overwhelmed with work who need a helping hand planning their day or launching their product.
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