February 27-28th's Mastermind Business Bootcamp will be the ONLY way to work directly with Dr. Tomayia Colvin on her tried and proven model to convert photographers to their next stage of business in 2021. No matter where you are in your Photography business career, you will benefit from this intensive course.
February 27, 2021: Momentum Mastermind Business Bootcamp
The Foundation of Your Business
9 AM: Morning Welcome & Mindset: Getting out of Your Own Way
10AM: The Key to Identifying Your Ideal Client
11AM: Building A Brand You Love
12PM - 1PM: Lunch Break
Creating a Profitable Business
1 PM: 10 Steps to a Stress-Free Client Workflow & System
2PM: Pricing For Profit - Find Out How Much You Should be Charging
3PM: Pricing Your Products for Profit
4PM: Profitable Session Fees, Packages & Collections & Transitioning to In-Person Sales
February 28, 2021: Momentum Mastermind Business Bootcamp
Attracting New Clients
2PM: Standing Out In Saturated Markets
3PM: Hosting Profitable Giveaways + Model Calls
4PM: Landing Pages & Email Marketing
5PM: Wrap Up & Questions and Answers
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Dr. Tomayia Colvin has been photographing high school seniors for more than nine years and was a classroom teacher for more than 10 years. She is also the founder of Tomayia Colvin Education, an online photography community created to empower photographers of color, the LGBTQ+ community, and be a safe haven of inclusion and diversity. She’s been an educator on Creative Live, WPPI, Imaging USA, B&H Depth of Field, United hosted by Showit, and a host of others. Dr. Colvin was recently named a Sony Artisan of Imagery.
She has been featured in articles in Professional Photography Magazine, Rangefinder Magazine, ShootProof, Black Enterprise, local newspapers, and radio stations.
Dr. Colvin is also the author of two best-selling children’s books, Mya’s Big Adventures: Career Day and The Adventure of Jaxon Maxwell: Jaxon Saves Christmas.
Additionally, she’s the proud founder and host of The Photo Cookout that celebrates and supports Black photographers and photographers of color.
She’s also the mom of two dynamic little people and was often busy shuffling kids from track practice to karate before COVID. She lives for being the best mom to her children, cupcakes, Dr. Pepper, and making blue jeans, Converse, and t-shirts the new business casual. Her doctoral studies included the study of the success of Black women photographers, educational and organizational leadership, and community advocacy.