23 min

Listen to Your Heart and Dream Big with Clane Gessel Business Bravery Show

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The Business Bravery Show is happy to welcome Clane Gessel to the show! Clane is one of the most celebrated and award-winning photographers in the world. His approach to his photos is that behind each iconic image, is an amazing story of love. His work has been featured in numerous publications like Vogue, The New York Times, and Forbes, to name a few. In 2018 he achieved photography’s highest honor by shooting the cover of National Geographic, and in 2019 his print “Marble Caves” was inducted into the National Geographic Fine Art Galleries across the world.
Have you ever dreamed of a career that allows you to travel the world? Clane did, and he made that dream come true. Clane discusses his success and how he got where he is today. His friends and family were naysayers, but he didn’t listen to them. He plugged along through trials and downfalls and made it to the top of the heap. Touching people’s lives is what he loves most about wedding photography; he says it feeds his soul, and he can’t imagine doing anything else.
Listen in as Clane tells us about some of his events and the beautiful places they took place, the strategies he used to rise quickly, and what he believes the future for wedding photographers looks like. This is a fun episode that you won’t want to miss, so plugin, relax and get ready to dream.z
 
In This Episode:
[01:52] Welcome to the show, Clane!
[03:04] He started in landscape photography and moved into his destination wedding business.
[05:11] What went through your head when you set up this destination wedding? Was it your lifestyle dream?
[06:37] Clane tells us he felt like he had something to offer the world even when everyone told him he was crazy.
[07:22] He managed his family and friend’s expectations by not listening and doing what he knew in his heart was what he was meant to do.
[08:48] What does a day in the life of a wedding photographer look like in real-time? Do you have a work-life balance?
[09:54] Touching people’s lives is what he loves about what he does.
[11:04] What is so special about being in the wedding industry?
[12:03] Clane tells us stories about a few of his favorite wedding events and destinations he photographed.
[13:55] Out of all the places he has traveled, the South Island of New Zealand is the place he loves the most.
[16:09] What strategies did you employ to get to the level of success you have achieved?
[17:48] Clane says to grow your business, you need to have a vast vendor network, know people of influence in your industry that are willing to help.
[20:05] Clane believes that the future of wedding photographers will be more curated and unique.
[21:26] What big goal do you still want to achieve? 
 
Links and Resources
 
Business Bravery
Business Bravery on Facebook
Business Bravery on Linkedin
Business Bravery Mastermind
Kathryn Porritt
Kathryn on Linkedin
Kathryn on Twitter
Kathryn on Facebook
Kathryn on Instagram
 
To Find Clane
Clane Gessel
@clanegesselphotography
Facebook
@clanegessel
Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

The Business Bravery Show is happy to welcome Clane Gessel to the show! Clane is one of the most celebrated and award-winning photographers in the world. His approach to his photos is that behind each iconic image, is an amazing story of love. His work has been featured in numerous publications like Vogue, The New York Times, and Forbes, to name a few. In 2018 he achieved photography’s highest honor by shooting the cover of National Geographic, and in 2019 his print “Marble Caves” was inducted into the National Geographic Fine Art Galleries across the world.
Have you ever dreamed of a career that allows you to travel the world? Clane did, and he made that dream come true. Clane discusses his success and how he got where he is today. His friends and family were naysayers, but he didn’t listen to them. He plugged along through trials and downfalls and made it to the top of the heap. Touching people’s lives is what he loves most about wedding photography; he says it feeds his soul, and he can’t imagine doing anything else.
Listen in as Clane tells us about some of his events and the beautiful places they took place, the strategies he used to rise quickly, and what he believes the future for wedding photographers looks like. This is a fun episode that you won’t want to miss, so plugin, relax and get ready to dream.z
 
In This Episode:
[01:52] Welcome to the show, Clane!
[03:04] He started in landscape photography and moved into his destination wedding business.
[05:11] What went through your head when you set up this destination wedding? Was it your lifestyle dream?
[06:37] Clane tells us he felt like he had something to offer the world even when everyone told him he was crazy.
[07:22] He managed his family and friend’s expectations by not listening and doing what he knew in his heart was what he was meant to do.
[08:48] What does a day in the life of a wedding photographer look like in real-time? Do you have a work-life balance?
[09:54] Touching people’s lives is what he loves about what he does.
[11:04] What is so special about being in the wedding industry?
[12:03] Clane tells us stories about a few of his favorite wedding events and destinations he photographed.
[13:55] Out of all the places he has traveled, the South Island of New Zealand is the place he loves the most.
[16:09] What strategies did you employ to get to the level of success you have achieved?
[17:48] Clane says to grow your business, you need to have a vast vendor network, know people of influence in your industry that are willing to help.
[20:05] Clane believes that the future of wedding photographers will be more curated and unique.
[21:26] What big goal do you still want to achieve? 
 
Links and Resources
 
Business Bravery
Business Bravery on Facebook
Business Bravery on Linkedin
Business Bravery Mastermind
Kathryn Porritt
Kathryn on Linkedin
Kathryn on Twitter
Kathryn on Facebook
Kathryn on Instagram
 
To Find Clane
Clane Gessel
@clanegesselphotography
Facebook
@clanegessel
Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

23 min