Looking to do pet portraits but don't know where to find the clientele? Worried that you won't find the high paying client's your looking for?
This class will help you understand who is excited to invest thousands of dollars in portraits of their pets and where you can find them. They are out there, closer than you think. And they want to work with you!
How to grow your business and turn it into a thriving and highly profitable income source
How Erin Bonilla turned a -$16k loss into a profitable and busy pet portrait studio in one year, grossing over $140,00
How to find high paying clients in the pet portrait genre
I can profit on doing what I'm passionate about!
- Module 1 Video
- Course Download
- Module 2 Video
- Module 3 Video
- Module 4 Video
Erin Bonilla began her career in photography at the age of 15 assisting photographers with weddings and preschools in California. Her mother was a professional wedding photographer for 10 years and her father is still a working photojournalist at the age of 73. Photography has always been a large part of her life and her parents instilled many photographic principles in her as young child.Her main career focus has been in commission sales. She sold interior finishes such as window coverings and countertops for 8 years. Erin holds the record for the largest single sale for a company with over 100 stores, for the entire year of 2015. She was consistently in the top 10 in her region, for sales per month, and the top 5 for her region. Erin journeyed into the car industry in 2008 and sold cars and trucks in Oklahoma and Las Vegas for 2 years. Erin opened an internet department for a car dealership in Oklahoma where she turned a 24 hour response time into a 8 minute average response time and had an amazing closing ratio of 12%. Erin began charging for her photography in 2015, she was paid $50 for her first portrait. In 2016 Erin got more serious about her business and found direction. In March 2017 Erin was forced to open a commercial studio because of all the traffic she had. She now averages 7 portraits a month with a $1980 average sale.