Need help with photos of your design projects?
You're a dynamic, young creative professional with a real sense of style and flair.
You love astonishing your clients with designs and solutions that makes their jaw drop.
Your work is high-end. Shouldn't the images that showcase your work be high-end as well?
You could do the photography yourself, but you know that's not the best use of your time.
When you think of architectural photographers, you imagine someone stuffy and serious who's difficult to work with. So you go back to doing it in-house. But is the money your saving really worth it?
What if there was an architectural photographer who understood who you are and what matters most to you?
What if there was an architectural photographer who spoke your language and felt like a friend you could easily talk to? What if there was an architectural photographer who didn't just take photos of your work, she was a collaborative partner who captured your work and maximized it’s visual impact?
There is! My name is Kristen Paulin, and I'm not your everyday architectural photographer.
I'll partner with you to help you make more money on the projects you know you were born to do. How? By maximizing the visual impact of your work. By making sure your work shines. By upgrading the little things on your website that cost you money.
While you're here, have a look at my portfolio.
If you like what you see, and you're ready to free yourself from the time and stress of photographing your work, give me a shout. We'll have a heart-to-heart about your business goals and vision. We'll laugh. We'll strategize, and I'll show you how you can command more money for your work starting right now.
I look forward to hearing from you.
7am on a sleepy Sunday morning on N. Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT: Finally, the cars are off the street, and the rain is saturating the colors of the turning, autumn leaves. Few people are out except for some joggers, church-goers, and me.
I’ve driven, walked, and biked past these storefronts all summer long and admired the uniqueness of these facades. Each has it’s own character, just like each of the 3 trees. On this sleepy Autumn morning, conditions were just right to capture the bright yellow leaves on these trees, unobstructed by cars or pedestrians. My inspiration came from the Edward Hopper painting, Early Sunday Morning.