Episode 11: Interview With George Clarence

Pro Photographer Interview Series: Episode 11
George Clarence: Wedding, Event, Fashion, and Landscape Photographer

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George C. Mitchell, Jr., George Clarence, is a native of Michigan and still makes his home there. A graphic designer and photographer for more than 10 years, his passion is communicating with people and creating powerful, creative images. A graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Tele-Communications and Film, he has always looked for ways to help people connect with each other in ways that clarify, explain, warm the heart, inform, explode boundaries and create lasting memories. His keen sense of understanding people’s needs and desires has helped him develop George Clarence Atelier.

George is a firm believer in following the road less taken, and finding your true niche in life, which is important to your personal happiness and well-being.

 

His client list include small businesses, organizations, and individuals; and entities as large as the United States Department of Defense, Red Bull, the University of Michigan and others too numerous to list.

George is also listed with PROCAM’s Find A Pro Listing Service and a member in good standing with Professional Photographers of America.

I want to give a huge thank you to George for taking the time to chat with us! I consider myself as much a student as the listening audience, and appreciate him sharing his extensive knowledge.

George Can Be Found At:

» GeorgeClarence.com: His professional photography website.

» Flickr.com/photos/gdc_creative/

» On Instagram and Twitter @ Photopixelist

George’s Key Tips To Better Photography:

» Understand your equipment!

» Practice makes perfect!

 

 

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