Rose Williamson is looking forward to creating forever treasured memories with her Photography for Little People business.
CASE STUDY FOR ROSE WILLIAMSON:
Well, my husband introduced me to photography, and when we had children he was always the photographer. He began teaching me about SLR film photography.
I got interested and got a job for a few hours during school time at Boots working for Kodak developing printing and packing photos mainly in their York city centre photo lab. I started management training at the then new store at Monks Cross in York. At the same time I looked into working as a photographer visiting Boots regularly.
My second job application was acknowledged and to my surprise I was accepted. I took to it really well and enjoyed a successful 10 years working for them. There were a few changes over the years from analogue to hybrid to digital.
I then had a change and went into care and support work meeting so many lovely people. During that time I realised I really missed the family portrait photography, and liked the idea of working for myself.
I saw the opportunity with Photography For Little People and am looking forward to the future enjoying my business and creating forever treasured memories.
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