Meet Aisha

Have you met Aisha?

It’s time for another client feature, a series I started to feature my clients on the blog and so you can hear first hand what their experience was like here at MBP!


What inspired you to book with MBP?

What inspired me to book with Mary Breuer Photos revolved around wanting to celebrate a big birthday milestone, but also what I felt was a turning point in my life. I followed Mary for at least a year on social media and was always impressed with her detail and professionalism. It was not a surprise to find out Mary would create art and help me see myself in a different way, a way I really needed at the time. 


What was the process like for you starting from the style session to the reveal session?

The style session was fun and exciting. Mary helped me EVERY step of the way. I was nervous and didn't know exactly how to execute what my vision was, but that's Mary's super power. She helps ease any anxiety by taking care of everything, with YOU in mind. The shoot itself was fun. I was a QUEEN for a day, something I've never been able to feel before in any photo shoot. It exceeded my expectations because it was more than just taking photos. It was an experience. The reveal session was the cherry on top of a wonderful experience, overall. I was in awe of the photos and so grateful. 


What was your favorite moment from your experience?

My favorite moment was during the photo shoot - Mary guiding me through the poses, and helping me look my best. The fact that I can say it was 100% stress-free, is such a relief!


Why should anyone else book a shoot with MBP?

Everyone, absolutely everyone should at least meet Mary and talk to her about your vision. You will not only gain an amazing photographer to help you document important moments (personal, professional, family), but you will also gain a super sweet friend and small business owner who truly cares about you.

If Aisha’s story has inspired you, be sure to mention her when you give us a call to get $200 off your sitting fee!

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