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February Meeting - Monica Sigmon Taylor - Strategies to Help Your Studio Come Out of the Pandemic

  • February 09, 2021
  • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Due to COVID-19 the workshop will be held online


  • This is for all members who want to attend the meeting.
  • First-Time Visitors and paid members pending approval, please email for the registration code.
  • Registration for award recipients of Life Time Members
  • A visitor that has already used their first-time visitor code.
  • Registration for Members with Student Membership

Monica Sigmon Taylor

Strategies to Help Your Studio Come Out of the Pandemic

Monica opened her Williamsburg studio in 2000 and quickly built a successful business with a reputation for excellence and cutting-edge imagery. She has earned the prestigious Craftsman and Master’s Degrees from the Professional Photographers of America, was named Kodak’s Photographer to Watch in 2007 and is currently serving as a Creator-in-Residence for Sony.

Monica is a popular speaker and travels to speak to professional photographers around the country. She has earned the reputation for providing entertaining programs that focus on marketing and building your brand; energizing seasoned studio owners and inspiring new photographers alike.

It’s been a helluva a year and we are all ready for a fresh start!  As we face an uncertain 2021, the only thing we can be sure of is that we will need to adapt.  How do we best do that and come out on the other side better than ever?  With the street cred to talk knowledgeably on this topic and the photographic degrees to back it up, join Monica Sigmon (of Sigmon Taylor Photography) as she presents ideas and inspiration to propel us forward.  From belt-tightening our businesses, to marketing strategies and ideas to help keep and earn clients, she’ll share her experience of building a sound and successful studio for the past two decades.  Sigmon Taylor isn’t going anywhere…they’re here to stay.

We begin at 7:00 p.m. CST

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