You can be both a genius photographer and a fierce business woman.

You started your photography business because of your deep passion for people and creating gorgeous imagery. But the reality is that running a photography business is not ONLY about creating art, but actually RUNNING a small business. It’s overwhelming and your feeling uninspired, over-worked, and burnt out trying to balance it all.

I help build the bridge between being a creative and a successful entrepreneur who kicks some serious booty when managing their business. I have proven methods to help you run a thriving business that feeds your soul while being that industry-leader that you’ve always dreamed of becoming. 

Build A Business That Inspires You


Mastermind Courses

Master the skills to run a profitable photography business that’s grounded in what sets you apart from the rest. Whether it’s getting clarity on your brand or restructuring your pricing and services, these mastermind courses will give you all the tools and support you need to stand out with confidence.

Group Coaching

Mastermind courses are supported with weekly group coaching calls that provide you focus and motivation. I am personally invested in your success and want to ensure all your questions are answered and you have the momentum you need to keep moving forward. 




Community Support

It takes a village and having a community of like-minded photographers to cheer you on and keep you accountable is key to the success of my clients. You’ll have access to resources, monthly challenges, and content that is only accessible to my clients. 

My Philosophy

I have proven methods in helping photographers grow profitable and sustainable businesses. My philosophy is about making choices based off knowledge vs. emotion and empower my clients to make the right decisions for their unique business. I know that growing your photography business is no easy task, but I am here to support you every step of the way!


Ever heard the phrase “fail to plan, plan to fail”? Planning is at the heart of all successful businesses. It helps you get from where you are today to where you want to be. Setting goals and building the foundation of your photography brand is the start of running a thriving business. 


The only way to see results is by putting one foot in front of the other each day and implementing the strategies you learn. There are times that it may be uncomfortable and you’ll make mistakes, BUT that is the way you learn and grow what works best for you and YOUR business. Taking action each day and learning is the path to the greatest success. 


In order to continue growing a successful business, you have to track your results and make sure you are meeting your goals. Things happen. Change is inevitable. Making sure you continually innovate and course correct will keep your photography business healthy and thriving.

What photographers are saying

“TDM was the single best investment I have ever made. It was so impactful to have Tammy right from the start of my business because she literally saved me years of guessing how to run a profitable business that attracts clients I love! Tammy’s insights are invaluable and I can’t thank her enough for all her time and dedication to making me successful. ”

- Samantha Grant Photography

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Is Social Media Destroying Your Photography Business?

We all know that social media can be a powerful tool in our business, but could it also be hindering as much as it’s helping? Hmm… good question. Let’s examine that for a second, shall we? Picture this. You’re scrolling through your Instagram feed and it’s flooded with images taken by other photographers that you

Should Photographers Specialize In A Genre? Yes or No?

What would be your answer if I asked you: “If you could only photograph one genre, what would it be?” Would the answer be easy for you? Or would it put you in a twist and make your stomach hurt? I get asked this question a lot by photographers and typically the longer they’ve been

Why Photographers Should Never Price Themselves Under $1000

So, you love taking photos and think to yourself that you want to start a photography business. You upgrade your camera and start taking pictures. Lots and lots of pictures. To anyone and everyone that will get in front of your camera. For FREE. Or almost FREE. Then you decide that it’s time to start

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Free Resources to Get You Started

Have you ever had a peer in your industry tell you that you had to price your services a certain way? That if you didn’t do it their way you wouldn’t be successful? The truth is you have to find a sales process that fits your business goals and your lifestyle. Find the best one for you with our free download!

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