Captivating, creative brand photography for womxn-owned businesses.
Hi, I'm LeeAnn a Pittsburgh-based personal brand photographer for soulful businesswomxn ready to elevate their position in the market with authentic photos that share the heart and soul of their business.
You deserve a round of applause.
A pat on the back.
A book + bubble bath combo.
You’ve ignited a spark that few will ever dare to: You started a business. And if there’s one thing we can both agree on, it’s this: Being an entrepreneur isn’t for the faint of heart.
You’re out here, doing the damn thing–and for that, your courage should be celebrated.
I can help you there. Turns out it's my speciality.
There’s a handful of ways you can tell the world you’re a sensational womxn in business (skywriting, carrier pigeon, or an expensive fifteen seconds during commercial break on Married At First Sight).
My favorite way?
Helping you create the brand of your dreams with personal brand photography that showcases the badassery behind your business–and then some.
" Could not recommend LeeAnn enough — especially to business owners searching for a way to enhance their brand + client experience in a personal, authentic way. "
Amanda Founder of Gather & Grow Co
Because you found your way here, I can safely assume a thing or two about who you are–and if I’m wrong, don’t hesitate to click out of this page faster than you can say “Not it.”
–You’re a woman at the helm of business with heart.
–You’re out to leave the world better than you found it–and your business will help you make it happen.
–You’ve got a sharp, stylish mind with a penchant for personal power.
Still here? Heck yes–that means we’re on the same page. And for that, I’m freaking thrilled. I’m so glad you’re here.
I’m an art teacher turned personal branding photographer based in Pittsburgh, helping folks like you build a brand that attracts dream-boat clients and stops the scroll all while being authentic.
When I’m not shooting, you can find me reading, puzzling, and breaking out my white girl dance moves in grocery store isles because why not?
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