Video, stock, acting portrait Testimonial

“Julie has done my headshot the last two times I needed one. I use them for auditions and publication and I always get compliments. She was happy to take a number of shots and it’s always hard to choose because so many of them are so good. She was always well prepared and on time. Julie and I have worked together on stock photography as well as video and she has always been the ultimate professional. I’ve also taken photography classes from Julie and that has been very rewarding in learning more about my camera and the art of photography. I will definitely have her take my next headshot and I look forward to working with her on other projects as well.”

Lynette J.

Family portrait of Grandparents at The Great Park

Lynette & Don at The Great Park – stock photography

Testimonial – Portrait, eCards and video

“I took a photography class from Julie in 2008 and from that learned how good Julie truly is. When I needed a portrait, Julie was who I called and you can see a sample of her work in my latest portrait in the photo on my profile. She does excellent work and although an expert in Business Portraiture, she continually expands the scope of her work. In the time we’ve been working together, she became an expert in Business eCards and Business Video and now is doing Fusion Photography. She has been a pleasure to work with and I would highly recommend her for your business needs. Please visit her website www.jdpphotography.com for a closer look at the services she provides.”

Lynette Johnson, Consultant and Virtual Assistant

Testimonial from HKA Marketing Communications

“Julie has absolutely been an asset to the NAWBO-Orange County group and I strongly endorse her work. She has performed this work in a volunteer capacity, but has shown all of the professionalism and excellence that someone would expect from someone working on a paid assignment. She has been proactive, energetic and easy to work with — and she has met every deadline given to her. Thank you Julie!”

Hillary Kaye, HKA Marketing Communications

THANK YOU on a Great Program

Hi Julie,

On behalf of CIPPA, [Channel Islands Professional Photographers Association], I just wanted to extend a very heartfelt THANK YOU for the great speaking program you did for us last night. It was very informative, with lots of information that everyone who attended certainly benefited. We appreciate the time and effort that you took out of your day and everything you put into producing this informative presentation.

Several of our members expressed that they enjoyed your speaking style and the material you presented. In conversation, they felt they learned quite a bit, and some commented that they hope to incorporate some of the things they learned within their own businesses.

Once again, thank you and all the very best in all of your future endeavors.

Sincerely,

Jim Paliungas
CIPPA, 1st VP Programs

WomanSage Testimonial

A testimonial from WomanSage – “I really enjoyed working with you yesterday (Friday, May 30, 2014). You are such a wonderful photographer. Thank you also for being such a caring person and for the extra time you spent with [our guest].

Christine Steele, JD
WomanSage

 

About WomanSage

The mission of WomanSage is to provide opportunities, experience and education through diverse programs that enhance and empower all women – their families, careers and communities.

Our Values: Welcoming, Encouraging, Collaborative, Forward-Thinking, and Community-Minded.

Inspire. Connect. Achieve.

WomanSage is a non-profit organization of women, coming together to support women who are facing serious life challenges with no support. Through the monthly Salons and other fundraising events, women can enjoy the camaraderie of other women, while supporting the WomanSage Cares Philanthropies

The WomanSage Cares philanthropies help women in need to get back on their feet as contributing members of the community. Often referred to as “forgotten” women, these women fall through the cracks. Many are just a step away from welfare, struggling to make ends meet. Others are dealing with serious family situations or are caught in a 24/7 care cycle for an elderly or sick relative, with no support structure and no relief.

The goal of WomanSage is to help as many “forgotten” women as possible to reclaim their lives. In fact, several WomanSage Cares recipients have gone on to become thriving sustaining members of WomanSage. It is this unique circle of engagement that distinguishes WomanSage from other charity groups.

At the heart of WomanSage is the monthly Salon. WomanSage Salons bring together the finest of dining experiences, along with a roster of fascinating guest speakers, to provide a richly rewarding evening and opportunity for women to meet other women and forge lasting friendships. The revenue that flows in from the Salons as well as donations and sponsorships help fund the philanthropies: Transition Makeover and WomanSage Cares.

If you are not already a “Sager” perhaps now is the time to join. Jane Glenn Haas, founder of WomanSage, used to tell women, “This is your time.” Her dream was to create a thriving, lively group of women, to gather together and have the time of their lives, while supporting other women. Maybe this is your time.

WHW/Women Helping Women Testimonial and Video

A testimonial from Trina Fleming of WHW – Women Helping Women/Men2Work…”I love working with Julie and JDP Photography! Julie knows how to make the process of capturing your best face a fun experience. She is a true professional and a real artist!”

See Trina’s eCard video here.

Testimonial from Trina Fleming -WHW/Women Helping Women

Trina Fleming – WHW

In the first year of operation, 63 women were served. Since 1993, more than 40,000 men, women and teens have been given a helping hand in their efforts to overcome profound barriers in their quest to become economically self-sufficient. Today WHW (Women Helping Women/Men2Work) provides comprehensive employment support services for all disadvantaged men, women and teens, empowering them to achieve economic self sufficiency through employment success. What started as two survivors collecting clothes in their trunk for women in various shelters has turned into a full array of employment readiness services to support low-income job seekers in their journey to break the cycle of poverty and make a positive impact on generations to come.