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ABOUT THE DEVELOP RETREAT
A unique three-day photography retreat for women hosted by Kat Theis of Mustard Seed Photography and Katie Lamb Photography, designed for photographers who are looking to transform their business, develop meaningful client experiences, and strengthen their brand - all while creating a strong sense of community among their fellow creatives.
January’s workshop has a new and unique focus, diving heavily into the business side of our industry. Our retreat will uncover all of the hidden challenges we face when we are not behind the camera. From profit to pricing to taxes and savings, this exclusive retreat is perfect for any photographer looking to transform their business into a profitable profession. With group activities, breakout sessions, games, brainstorming, lots of informative speakers and so much more – no stone will be left unturned during these exciting three days!
WORKSHOP DATES: January 10th through 12th, 2015
LOCATION: Hardy Bottom Ranch in New Waverly, Texas
Nestled between acres of Texas countryside and a picturesque tree farm, the New Waverly Ranch House offers some of the most breathtaking views of the Texas landscape. With plenty of rolling plains and rustic scenery to make any photographers heart flutter – it is the perfect home for 2015′s Develop Retreat – Business Edition.
GIVEAWAY: One lucky winner will gain free entry to attend this incredible workshop - A $1500 value, including all meals and sleeping accommodations. (Transportation costs to the retreat not included.)
TO ENTER: Contest is now closed.
CONGRATULATIONS to Lynzy Coughlin of Sparkling Footsteps Photography for winning the free seat to the Develop Retreat! Enjoy!
From a very early age I loved taking pictures and looking at them in magazines and books, but the art of photography captured my heart when I was a teenager, on my first overseas trip to Wales. From that point, I began shooting with a little film SLR and having my friend model for me. In college I took some digital photography and visual communication courses as part of my communication studies major, and decided to pursue a career in photography. I became a legal business and took my first paid client at age 20, and it's been quite a journey and adventure over the past nine years.