Christina Parker Photography

"Preserving Time for Generations to Come"

Collaborating Together March 23, 2015

Filed under: Calgary Children Photographer,Calgary Small Business Photographer — precioussadies @ 11:03 pm

This past February, I took the opportunity to collaborate with several individuals to create my promotional video.  I had the special opportunity to have Cameryn in town for just 1 saturday only, from Camben Films, came to video me in action.

This was a long day affair, we were both exhausted 7 hours later! I literally couldn’t get out of bed for 2 days!

I belong to a Calgary Mom Entrenpeur Now, a local resource of women who are striving to thrive in their own business.  I met Wendy McDougall just in January.  Wendy sells Arbonne make up, and she help provide some makeup for the girls that were participating at my session. Thanks Wendy, I’m sure the girls appreciated their free samples!

Headbands were provided from owner Nicole Kim, with her company Kim Couture.  I’ve know Nicole for years! She is a talented mom, and has a great nack of creativity, and generousity! Pastry chef by trade, her creativity flows from one project to the next. She makes outstanding elegance headbands.  Prefect for those that may have a wedding, dance or participating in a special event,

Aprons provided from “Evil Needle Sew Fun”.  I meet the creator, Gayle, back in the fall, she was selling her aprons and Christmas stockings at a market.  She works throughout the year, creating sewing projects for Theatre, and for the Young Canadians.

Can’t display aprons without some type of food! I reached out to the Purple Pastry Chef, I have done some product photography of her cupcakes in the past year.

Miranda owner of Joined at the Hip Babywear, provided her 3 beautiful daughters, to help model some dresses.  She is also adventuring into another online store, to sell this types of dresses.

Working together, we did it!  Even sometimes pulling from the sidelines, to encourage the bystanders, to join in on the fun!

A session couldn’t be complete without a visual for the “Be Your Own Hero” campagain a postive impacted against bullying! Come join me on April 4, at the Shawnessy Barn, to take in your own session and help support, Familiesy Impacted by Bullying (FIBB)

This is my favourite thing to do, is working with other small business owners to see their products shine through my photography! I’m thankful for the talents I have been given to help others!

and in case you missed it! Just push play! Christina