Atlanta, GA, March 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The March Gwinnett ANHC Professional Session is being held on March 17, 2014 from 11am to 1pm at Serenity Salon and Barber located in Gwinnett County. The class is free for ANHC Pro members. For all others tickets can be purchased for $20 online at http://gwinnett-anhcpro-2014.eventbrite.com or at the door. Photographer John Stephens of JAS Photo, LLC will teach attendees how to take professional looking photographs for Social Media and in-salon marketing use. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own cameras for hands-on practice. Elaine Truesdale VP of Business Development for ANHC Pro says, “This class is important for stylists because in today’s world of Instagrams and Tweets clients make snap judgments based off of the images they see. Stylists should be posting often and only posting great pictures of great hair styles. Every picture that a stylist posts is reflection of their brand.”
John Stephens is a professional photographer with a skill for expressing ideas visually through photography. He is best known in the natural hair community for JAS Photo Naturals, a creative campaign that highlights natural beauty from a photographer’s point of view. John Stephens has worked in the hair care industry for over 5 years & 10 years overall as a photographer. His clients in the hair care industry include Beya Salon Studios, CurlBox, Huetiful, TaLIAH WAAJID Natural Hair Care, Techurized, and Urbanbella. John Stephens’ corporate clients include Marriot and McDonalds. When asked why he is teaching stylists how to take professional looking photographs John Stephens says that “stylists do not need to call me to take their before and after shots. They can do those themselves and utilize a company like JAS Photo to create [photographic] visuals which capture their messaging for marketing campaigns and branding.”
For additional information about ANHC Pro contact them at 678.459.5212 or visit ANHCPro.org. For additional information about JAS Photo contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.jasphotoonline.com.