I met Sara when she reached out to me regarding my course, The Organized Photographer. We hoped on a quick phone call to make sure that the course would be a good fit for her and within our 10 minute phone conversation, I knew I really liked this girl.
Sara is the Chicago area family and newborn photographer behind Extra Sprinkles Photography (seriously, how cute is that name?) When she reached out to me, she was ready to dive in and take her photography hobby and make it into a thriving business.
In the past few months I have watched Sara slowly, and methodically, make incredible changes to her business and the way she operates. She is an enneagram 3 (like me!) and an insanely hard worker. It was so obvious that she has a huge heart for photography and wants to serve her clients and her community through her business and art.
Sara was a star student inside her run of The Organized Photographer. She attended every group chat, participated in our Facebook group and most importantly, she did the work. If you told her she needed to do X, it jumped to the top of her to-do list and she went after it. Sara doesn’t mess around.
In addition to watching her business blossom, I have loved watching her hone her photography skills. Her work is playful and fun and you can feel the joy in the images she shares online. I know her Chicago area families are so lucky to have her.
Sara’s tagline on her website is, “Capturing your life’s one-of-a-kind story” and I love that so much. She knows just how fleeting this life is and that photos are the most treasured gift you can give your family. It has been an absolute honor getting to know Sara and watching Extra Sprinkles Photography take off.
If you are in the Chicago area and looking for a family photographer, reach out to Sara and let her capture the joy in your family.
If you are curious whether The Organized Photographer is right for you, feel free to shoot Sara a message and pick her brain about the experience. I am sure she would be happy to chat. You can also check out what she had to say about the experience on her blog.