Episode 15: Got a Degree, Now What? The Post Graduation Struggle Defined w/ Photographer Ariel Perry


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In this Episode, Minority Trailblazer Ariel Perry shares;

  • Why she started her photography business
  • The importance of branding
  • Why You should invest in your business
  • and much much more

Perfect show to share with;

  • Photographers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • People that love positive, transparent, and actionable conversations with World Changers


Information About Ariel Perry (In Her Words):

Ever since I can remember I always loved sitting in my parents living room and looking through all of their photo albums. Photographs are so sentimental and monumental to me. To be able to capture someone’s true spirit through my portraiture is quite remarkable. The first time I picked up my older brother’s camera my freshman year in college I was never the same.

Little did I know I would make photography my career. I believe in capturing the beauty in everyday. Just think about it, these are photographs your children and their children will inherit. Allow me to capture your untold memories. I can’t wait to speak with you!


Ariel’s Favorite Quote

When Life gets blurry, adjust your focus.”- Unknown

Ariel’s Favorite Book

The Fault In Our Stars by John Greene

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