Women Who Create: 3 Ways to Use Your Free Signature Portrait

How do you introduce yourself, your brand, and business to the world?

Nothing tells a story better than an authentic image. 

Which is the reason why we are collaborating with the award-winning artist and photographer, Jami Milne, for the upcoming Women Who Create ConferenceHint:  If you’re not registered yet, you should.  All attendees will receive a free signature portrait (digital and physical copy).

Let others see you at your best.

Jami has the ability to capture how the world sees you.

One authentic portrait at a time.

Here are 3 ways you can use your signature portrait to generate more opportunities, clients, and become a known expert in your market.

#1:  Put it front and center on your website.

Use the signature portrait to become visible.  Prospects go to websites first to research you.  Let them connect with the face of your business.

#2:  Your email signature.

Leverage your email signature by adding your signature portrait to show people who you are.

#3:  Shock and Awe ‘Em Package.

Not familiar with a shock and awe package?  It is something you send in the mail to grab someone’s attention.  This could include anything from a press kit about the latest launch of a product or service, or items like a bank bag with a message to “you don’t have to break the bank”.

Be creative, and use your signature portrait to spotlight your story.

Let the world see you.

Meet Jami Milne

Jami Milne is an artist, photographer, and writer located in the heart of the no-coast country. With a background in advertising strategy and audience insights, her ability to communicate and find the spark within her subjects creates a unique and authentic portrait style. She has partnered on photographic collaborations with Ballet Des Moines, Des Moines Public Schools, dsm Magazine, Dwolla, One Iowa, Tech Journey and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and others. Her work has been shown in galleries in Iowa, Arizona, Vermont, California and New York City.

Her mixed media works, including collage techniques often combined with natural elements and suggestive undertones, take viewers down a creative rabbit hole of discovery.  Jami lives in Des Moines, Iowa with her husband Ben, children Finn and Margaux and rabbit Penelope. Find more of her work, including custom commissions at jamimilne.com.