Kirk Voclain Sponsored by h+h color lab
BECOME THE COOLEST STUDIO IN TOWN WITH SENIOR PORTRAITS
This program centers on COOLNESS, or popularity, in the eyes of your seniors. Yes, seniors have an opinion, and if they don't think your studio is the COOLEST, then forget it, they won't come to you. This ain't your Momma's senior portraits. Get ready to learn, laugh, and love taking senior portraits. Kirk will show you all of his secrets to getting that $2000 average. The senior will love you, and the parents will not stop throwing money at you.
This program will help you look at your studio and your studio operations through the eyes of a 17 year old. It will show you some new posing, backgrounds, and marketing ideas. This program will help you open up your mind to look at things in a new way, a bizarro, backwards way of thinking that will have you running to the bank!
This is a fast paced, motivational program using slides and audience participation. This is a must see program for any who photograph seniors or young people.
This program has been presented to both large and small groups on both the State and Guild levels. It can also be adapted to the early-bird or workshop format.
Kirk Voclain was born on July 4, 1962. He has a love for photography that began when he got his first camera by saving box tops from a popular breakfast cereal when he was just 8 years old. He photographed his first wedding professionally at the age of only 15. He only charged $100. He learned the technical aspects of photography, marketing, and business by managing a camera store for 9 years.
He married his lovely wife Tammy on February 28, 1987, and opened Kirk Voclain Photography in April 1987. He then quickly grew into the areas’ most creative and innovative photographer. He became a member of the PPA in 1988 and has hung photographs in both national, state, and regional competitions every year since. He has received countless awards, including Photographer of the Year 1995, Best of Show/Masters Division, Best CPP entry, numerous Fuji Masterpiece Award, etc. He has also received numerous blue ribbons and distinguished print honors. He has had several photographs accepted into the Disney World Kodak EPCOT exhibit. He has had his work published in PPA affiliate magazines and nationally in the Professional Photographer Magazine. He received his Certified Professional Photographer status in 1990. He received his Masters Degree from the PPA in July of 1994 and his Craftsman's Degree in 1995. 2 weeks after his Masters Degree, he received his greatest award to date, his daughter Scarlett.
Kirk has been asked to speak to groups of photographers all over the United States & Canada. Kirk has a motivational style of speaking that will keep you on the edge of your seat. He is a very competent speaker who has won several awards for this teaching and speaking. His style of delivery is both easy to understand and enthusiastic. You will not be disappointed!!