Ellevate Chicago Happy Hour & Headshots in Pilsen
Chicago, IL • May 10, 2019
Join us for an evening of networking, get your professional headshot taken by an award-winning photographer & explore the Pilsen neighborhood as part of the Chicago Arts District 2nd Friday program!
Friday, May 10, 2019 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDTHillary Johnson Studio
1839 S. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60608
Join Ellevate for an evening of networking, sit for a professional headshot with award-winning photographer Hillary Johnson, and explore the Pilsen neighborhood as part of the Chicago Arts District 2nd Fridays program - a monthly opening of galleries and artists' studios along South Halsted Street, in Pilsen East. Registration includes one headshot* selected from a set, wine, and light snacks. A makeup artist will be onsite to provide light makeup touch-ups for your headshot sitting.
*Digital photo touch ups, additional photos available for an additional fee.
About Hillary Johnson:
I believe that photographing wild places quiets the mind for listening deeply to what we and our planet need; that it’s critical to bear witness, to believe in the power of the possible. I believe that the right photographs can speak volumes and help create change through connection, community and conversations, even the hard ones.
As a purpose driven photographer, I’m especially into helping tell stories for companies, organizations and individuals (especially bad ass female entrepreneurs) who are doing good. I specialize in making portraits for people who know they gotta have ’em but for whom actually being photographed is right up there with a fear of snakes and death. Together we change that narrative and create an experience that’s empowering, totally fun and leaves with wicked killer pictures of your authentic, amazing self.
I also teach mindfulness and lead contemplative photography retreats with my husband, Ving Tsun teacher, martial artist, Matt Johnson.
I’m based in Chicago and Bayfield County, WI on Lake Superior.
Thanks for stopping by. Let’s talk about YOUR project and how to make it happen.
Every time I do a job, receive a commission, I donate equivalent services to someone who needs it. Think head shots for young people just out of school looking for their first job. Puppies in need of adoption. Things like that.
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