We took our 2016 senior models from Hickory for a sun filled afternoon at the beach. We captured some great images & video. Living near the beach gives us some great locations Continue Reading →
Before I started photographing seniors, I was a sports photographer. I began with team pictures for area recreation leagues and eventually moved on to photographing high schools sports. In fact, I still cover varsity sports for CBS. Along with the action shots, Continue Reading →
Keli is my 1st senior from Indian River for the class of 2013. We had fun during her studio session (don’t we always?). We talked about her on-location senior session later this year and we’re looking forward to having a great time at the beach. Continue Reading →
My second 2013 senior from Great Bridge is Caitlin. Caitlin, also a cheerleader for the Wildcats, heard about our studio and senior photography from Saxon.
As with most of our senior models, Caitlin came over with her mom to learn more about our senior spokesmodel program and to have her studio session. Despite some technical difficulties with the studio lights, we took some great photos of Caitlin. She also brought her Continue Reading →
Our first 2013 senior spokesmodel to step foot into the studio is Saxon, from Great Bridge. Saxon will be the 2nd senior who had an older sibling who used us for their senior portraits. We photographed her brother Zach (Class of 2012), also from Great Bridge.
We had a great time with Saxon and her mom as we shot her studio session. Since we’ve worked with her before, we know we’ll get some fantastic images during her senior session Continue Reading →
“Whats is a spokesmodel?”… you ask. A spokesmodel for Dan Trevino Photographer is a family member into our business. You must be someone who believes in our style of photography (refer to our website HERE) and is willing to spread the good news about professional photography and services to their friends. For those efforts we reward you with incentives and discounts on your pictures for helping grow our business. We do not spend a lot of extra money on sending out mailers, billboards or many other conventional forms of advertisement. We believe in people and the power of “word of mouth” advertising. So we sink a lot of money into very cool incentives for our spoksmodels.
Another great advantage to our spokesmodel program is it is limited. We do not believe in having 10 or more spokesmodels from the same school hustling around trying to get referrals. We limit our spokesmodels for each school, not to be “snooty” but to be fair to each one of you. Since there are discount incentives involved, we love having your parents involved too. They like saving money and you like great pictures so we are here to please you both! Below is our list of schools still open for spokesmodel positions and our application. If you are interested, let us know. First, ask your parents, second fill out the application. From there we will be in contact very, very soon!
Our list of schools still open:
Atlantic Shores (limited), Bayside, Cape Henry, Cox, First Colonial, Grassfield, Great Bridge (limited), Green Run, Hickory (limited), Indian River (limited), Kellam (limited), Kempsville (limited), Lake Taylor, Maury, Norfolk Academy, Landstown (limited), Ocean Lakes (limited), Oscar Smith (limited), Princess Anne, Salem (limited), Tallwood (limited), Western Branch