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August 7th, 2010

Online/Offline Brand Integration with Jeff Thayer

Posted by liveBooks

We recently spoke with Emilie inc. photography founder Emilie Sommer to learn how she has successfully marketed and branded her photojournalism wedding studio over the past seven years. Now, we’re sitting down with commercial advertising photographer Jeff Thayer of  Jeffrey Thayer Photography, a studio based in Los Angeles, California, to pick his brain about how he has integrated his online and offline brands.

Jeff, who is a liveBooks customer who also works with our partners Agency Access and Moo, says, “Having a strong personal vision and having consistency to your brand is what’s going to get you jobs.” He attributes much of his success to his use of Moo business cards. Click below to briefly listen to what Jeff has to say.

Jeff Thayer on Brand [Short] by liveBooks

If you’d like to hear the full podcast, click here.

One Comment

  1. September 28th, 2012 at 7:44 am


    If you’re using 7D, you don’t need the pocket wiazrd though. Switch the drive mode to remote shooting then use one of Canon’s infrared remote to shoot considering 7D supports infrared remote control.

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