Moving ... Will I get more work ???

Moving ... Will I get more work ???

20 posts
8 May 2013
Brian_Markie
Photographer
Brian_Markie
Yes Zoe it defo will for a number of reason. Excellent beach shoots, and excellent transport links to Liverpool and Manchester and other surrounding areas likke WARRINGTON haha, that's because i live there.
Posted 11 May 2013
Brian_Markie
Yes Zoe it defo will for a number of reason. Excellent beach shoots, and excellent transport links to Liverpool and Manchester and other surrounding areas likke WARRINGTON haha, that's because i live there.
Fabulous Keep in touch I have a studio day on Monday in Warrington ??!! Why didn't you book ??! X
Posted 11 May 2013
Digitalelegance
Photographer
Digitalelega..
zoepinknose
I'm moving there as my sister lives there... Not for work fully ... But it does cut out the apparently most expensive track of Wales to Chester and seems to reduce price of travel considerably
Sounds very sensible to be around friends and familiy. As for more work; demographically speaking your catchment area around Brighton is significantly more affluent (and this will be much more relevant when Europe collapses, and the Commercial Property Market crash comes - estimated to be 20x greater than the sub prime market crash) As long as you dont mind older Togs, there are a lot of relativey well off pensioners on the South Coast, who also shoot, and they are less effected by a recession, mortgage paid off, no worries of losing a job, quieter social life. Made their pile when the UK worked. Etc. OK There may be more models to divide the "bigger pie" , but I did actually take the time to check out your attributes, eg refs, attitude, posing ability, scope, levels, face , body etc. You score seriously highly IMO, so highly I feel the competition wont bother you at all, you will just take a bigger proportion of a bigger pie. Only one thing puts me off pm'ing you right now with an offer of a shoot. And its not so bad, that I wouldn't neccessarily book you in the future. And it is just a personal fad of mine, so it would not put off many togs, in fact just as many might find it a plus attraction. And no I wont be drawn publicly on it. I would tell you in a private email, if it bothered you - just to put your mind at rest - and I am sure you would crack up laughing! So I would be pretty certain it will definitely improve things for you both financially and socially. Unless of course you have a thing for wellies and sheep! Most important in my view would be insuring you have a decent sized space to shoot from home. That could double your income. If I were a model no 1 criteria would be to get a place with a large lounge diner, if I couldnt get or afford somewhere with a really big room.
Posted 1 June 2013
Edited by Digitalelegance 1 June 2013
Brian_Markie
Photographer
Brian_Markie
I didn't know you had a studio booked Zoe. If you're in the area again send me a PM and I'll be able to make an arrangement. Gutted i missed you tho. Brian
Posted 1 June 2013
Digitalelegance
Sounds very sensible to be around friends and familiy. As for more work; demographically speaking your catchment area around Brighton is significantly more affluent (and this will be much more relevant when Europe collapses, and the Commercial Property Market crash comes - estimated to be 20x greater than the sub prime market crash) As long as you dont mind older Togs, there are a lot of relativey well off pensioners on the South Coast, who also shoot, and they are less effected by a recession, mortgage paid off, no worries of losing a job, quieter social life. Made their pile when the UK worked. Etc.
It's not brighton ... It's New Brighton lol
Posted 1 June 2013
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