It is truly incredible when a business is just as rad as the Neon District is colorful. I enjoyed every second of working with House of MKTG and not just because of subtle The Office references. Danielle (she/her) and Tae (he/him) are two of the most beautiful people I have ever met. Even better, they took their individual passions and formed a beautiful marriage and business.
That’s talent, my friends.
One of the first things that you will notice when you learn more about House of MKTG is just how far they go to run a business that is ethical and inclusive. Even in the midst of juggling the technology behind developing websites and managing social media accounts, they always work to promote human centered practices – both within their business and within the marketing strategies they develop for their clients. (This is actually one of their five business mantras – check it out.) It wasn’t enough for them to use their skills to generate a successful business. They are using their profession to better the greater community by implementing practices with people at the heart of it.
Not just people – all people.
Some parts romance, some parts business, and all parts fun, these photos have been some of my favorite that I have shot recently. I love that my work puts me in contact with bad ass people who are confident enough to rock their brand in front of murals and graffiti. Pair all of that with a traditional windbreaker and you have a dynamite photo session.
I was fortunate enough to do Danielle’s first headshots and her graduation photos. I have such respect for you, Danielle and your business. You and Tae are on track to do amazing thing, and we are all lucky to be witness to it. If you are an entrepreneur and interested in learning more about how House of MKTG can help you, be sure to check out their website and take advantage of their offer for a free phone call!
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