A simple thank you...

It’s no secret that sometimes the smallest gestures can have the biggest impact. It’s important to relay to your clients, and even your partners, that they matter. Because they do. Your business wouldn’t exist without them. The simplest way to show them that you care, is to send them a thank you note. For the last year, I’ve been using using a service called Paperless Post.

It’s an online service that helps you create and send beautiful thank you cards, flyers and more, without having to print or physically mail them, saving on both time and gas. My favourites are often the ones designed by Rifle Paper Co. They are so, so pretty!

paperless post

Paperless Post cards are an easy way to ask for feedback from your clients (I love when I receive their testimonials!!) while sending them a genuine note straight to their inbox. You’re able to track when they’ve viewed it or send it to multiple recipients.

In today’s fast-paced world, a simple thank you goes a long way.

Tree Reading Series May 22, 2018| Featured Reader: Conyer Clayton and Shery Alexander Heinis

"Running since May 9, 1980, Tree Reading Series (Tree) is one of Canada's longest-running literary events and an essential part of Ottawa's vibrant literary community."
(From Tree's website).

On May 22, 2018 our client Shery Alexander Heinis had the pleasure of being one of the featured readers alongside Conyer Clayton. Shery presented from her self-published poetry book Splinter and was accompanied by Clint Everson.

Mailyne K. Briggs

Photos: Launch of Splinter for poet Shery Alexander Heinis

An amazing evening at Bar Robo with our client Shery Alexander Heinis, who released her first self-published book of poetry, Splinter. 

To purchase her book visit: www.sheryalexanderheinis.com

Mailyne K. Briggs

Photos: Jas Bhandal, Yogi

Recently we had the pleasure of photographing Jas Bhandal, a yogi based in Ottawa. She will be hosting a retreat in Tuscany and teaches private and group yoga regulary. We had so much fun working with her!

Visit her website to learn more about her and the yoga she offers.

TLC: The Learning Partnership - Entrepreneurial Adventure 2018

For the third year in a row we've been able to photograph the Entrepreneurial Adventure program with The Learning Partnership. This year it was held over a period of two days at the Canadian Museum of History. 

The Entrepreneurial Adventure Program is a hands-on entrepreneurial journey for students in Grades K-12. It is designed to develop students’ enterprising spirit, financial literacy, innovative thinking and social responsibility. To date, these student business ventures have raised more than $3 million for charities!
— The Learning Partnership

Just a few photos from Day 1 and 2.