Wedding Photographer

Big Box Photo

Houston, TX

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“Deep Roots in Design & Photography”

Bio

Photographer, rooted in Commercial work for clients such as Time Warner Cable and Sunshine Kids. I'm able to boost your image with life-style photos, or product photos that bring the best light to show who you are.

About Big Box Photo

Headshots - Executive or Acting
Architecture
Lifestyle
Product


Past Clients include: The Sunflower Shoppe, David Flory Real Estate, Storm The Beach Advertising, Clutchco International, JM Clutch & Converter, Industrial Clutch & Gear, Port City Fasteners and many more individuals looking for a fresh look. Personal Branding, or Corporate Identity - you name it.

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Houston, TX 77044

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Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Have a look at where you're standing. Now look at your potential customer. There needs to be a clear process between where they stand and your front door. Does your current image work to show your potential customer the full potential of your product or service?

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. We're able to provide a wide-range of products for customers. We are very used to working along side existing marketing directors and teams to offer a push, or fresh idea.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. I enjoy a challenge, I enjoy people who care about their business. It's an important thing to know your strength, and to know your weaknesses in tandem. To be in a position to help bridge that gap makes for a very rewarding day.

Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

A. Generally "cost" is the first question that comes up in an argument. "What's the cost?"

My answer is to show where your business ought to be, and to highlight the value of getting there. A step ahead of your competition, and understood by your customer - there's immense value in these roots.

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