“About Videos” on a your website, if done well, can be a great way for people to learn about you, your products or your services. I visit websites because I am curious, I want to know more. That is why I am there. (And I like watching more than I like reading, so a quick video is always welcome!) Of course it’s a balance to get it just right for your audience. If you are authentic and professional you’ll get […]
Brokaw Photography is pleased to offer two thoroughly enjoyable (and very reasonably priced!) photo mini-workshops at its studio in Frenchtown NJ on Saturday January 20th. These workshops are non-technical and are designed to help you get the most out of your photography. Each workshop is two and one half hours long with time for questions at the end. The cost is only $49 for each or just $89 if you sign up for both workshops. Your payment is your registration and I welcome […]
What are you looking at? What’s got your attention? We are often told to “pay” attention (especially when we are kids). That must mean we own our attention and can “spend” it however it most benefits us, our growth and our development and those around us. It’s an investment.
What are you trying to get out of your career? Are you looking for happiness or do you want to be satisfied? Don’t answer. It’s a trick question. They are the same thing.
It was a good weekend in Frenchtown. Six businesses: a computer service business, three galleries, an artist and a photo studio, shared our spaces to celebrate and to enjoy just being here. It was collaboration on top of collaboration. Not only did we share our spaces with other artists and other photographers, we shared our individual events with each other, sending visitors back and forth and boosting each other on social media. To commemorate my event and to thank the […]
Locations matter when having events. People need to know where you are. Brokaw Photography Studio and five art galleries are having group shows in Frenchtown this weekend. We’ve all posted our events on Facebook but when we do that we simply create six separate silos of information. To bring us all together and to inform visitors of our locations I thought it would be great to create a live Google Maps and to locate all the galleries on Google Earth. […]
Chances are you looked at Frank’s bright blue eyes before you read any text (yes, they are real!). I know I look at pictures before I read and most of us do. That is why visual content is so important. Not only does it get our attention but we remember it better. Dr. John Medina, a developmental molecular biologist, research consultant and affiliate Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Washington School of Medicine has been study how the brain works […]
Have you taken your brain for a walk today? If you’ve ever had dogs you know how excited they can get when it’s time to go for walk. They know it will feel good. And it does. There is something about being outside and moving that makes the brain happy. It clears cobwebs. The data show … “yada, yada… blah, blah.” I don’t need no stinking data. My brain knows.
I admire people with vision. Over just a few days last week, Patricia Walsh Collins and Susan Joy Rosetty transformed an empty storefront into a thriving store called the “Art of Sprit Local.” I had just photographed the space to help market it, so am happy to see it rented. When I saw how quickly and creatively, Susan and Patricia decorated the store and arranged all the merchandise I was thoroughly impressed. I asked Patricia how they were able […]
The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce celebrated business leaders in the county at its annual awards breakfast. Hearing about these businesses and individuals is always inspiring. These businesses are making a difference in the lives of many people from their employees to the people they serve and to the Hunterdon County community. It is always a pleasure to attend these events and photograph the recipients. Governmental Award winner Clinton Township Mayor John Higgins Entrepreneur of the Year Award winner Tom […]