I’ve been talking to Lucy, the Tennessee Women Connect’s founder, about doing a branding session with her city leaders since last spring. As the year progressed, Tennessee Women’s Connect grew rapidly and they’ve added so many more cities to their networking group. With that in mind, we decided January would be the perfect time to schedule their headshots and branding photos at The Graduate Hotel in Nashville. It was the best way to kick off the new year for all of them!
Branding Session at The Graduate Hotel
We chose The Graduate Hotel in Nashville as our location for their branding portraits. I love working here because of how bright and colorful it all is. I absolutely love photographing sessions here. There’s always some new corner to find and use. Lucy gave a directive to her city leaders to wear the branding colors so that they all are coordinated and they pulled it off beautifully! I absolutely LOVE how the entire session came together.
When we arrived, the team at The Graduate Hotel was actually taking down their Christmas decorations, so we had to be a bit creative with our locations and angles. We managed to capture some beautiful new branding portraits, despite the busy lobby and lots of people around. I’m so in love with how the group portraits came out, along with the leadership team’s new headshots. The session was a great balance of the leadership team and all of the city leaders. I love knowing they’ll have some beautiful new portraits to share about his incredible organization!
If you’re looking to connect with other amazing business women, be sure to look into the Tennessee Women Connect cities. There are amazing events each month in Nashville, Franklin, Mount Juliet, Brentwood, Spring Hill, Bellevue, Murfreesboro, Clarksville, Nolensville and Hendersonville. You can learn more about Tennessee Women Connect here!
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March 22, 2023
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