“I realized that…the things I need to know are knowable.”
When it comes to building value, there are very few people that know more, and have done more, than Allison Tyler Jones.
“Sometimes it’s not how much money they have, it’s what they value.”
1:38 - Going High
4:42 - Advice from a Friend
8:27 - Knowable Things
10:08 - Business vs Creative
13:55 - Building Value
20:40 - Look Past Your Nose
25:49 - Allison’s “Why”
28:05 - A Strong “Want To”
31:26 - An Alternative to Complaint
33:38 - Responsibility, Experience, and Dad
40:43 - Finding Allison
“Learn as much as you can from the people you see as excellent.”
Allison Tyler Jones spends her days capturing spontaneous portraits of children and their families in her Main Street studio in Mesa, Arizona. Committed to the art of the photographic print, Allison works with her clients and their interior designers to create iconic art pieces and family galleries for their homes.
An author of four photography books, her most recent title, “100% Kid” (Peachpit Press) focuses on photographing rambunctious kids in gorgeous light. Allison owned a retail store for 12 years in a former life and has leveraged that business expertise to create a studio that ranks as one of the nation’s most profitable, according to Professional Photographers of America.
Allison is committed to helping photographers create their own success through her workshops, speaking and as a business mentor. Owning a business is hard, and Allison is excited to share her down-to-earth, practical, take-no-prisoners advice.