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Our client had a creative vision for their home, but they couldn't find the right art. With custom photography for the home and custom framed the pieces to fit their design. When it comes to art, we believe that you shouldn't settle. Can't find the art you need? Create it....

You can be creative without being good at painting, drawing, or some other "traditional art." As photographers, we value the individual creativity that come from each of our clients and encourage them to share their creative input during photo shoots. ...

As a small business owner, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, underestimated, and silenced. I had the unique opportunity to attend the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Summit: The Big Power of Small Business on February 13th and 14th. Thousands of small business owners gathered in both Washington, DC and...

Employee engagement. It’s an awkward phrase like “ping him an email” or anything involving the word “moist.” That expression is dehumanizing and sounds like an obligation. I picture someone in upper management checking off “engaged with an employee today” on their to-do list. Creating a company culture that is inviting and engaging shouldn’t...

Metal prints are an excellent alternative framing solution. We created three 7' x 3', one 3' x 8', and one 2' x 3' metal panel prints with original Coyle fine art photography for a modern lobby in Baltimore, Maryland....

"Traditional" is not a word that is associated with Coyle's culture, especially when we're in giving mode. We don't write checks and disappear. When we donate to a non-profit, we're donating a service - not just a commodity. It's personal. ...

In business, it is too easy to assume that a person can do something because you see another person trying to do everything. For businesses with small budgets or internal teams, we know that getting value out of a pro is an essential part of doing business....

When John Coyle shoots a portrait, he yells sweet nothings like: “You’ve got the look.” “Oh yeah. I wish you were here earlier. You could’ve shown (Insert name here) a thing or two.” “Best. Smile. Ever!” “Keep that smile big. Keep that smile bright. There you go! You’re doing great!” “You look amazing!” John and I...

Building a personal brand can be tricky. There are some people that shamelessly promote themselves using personal branding as their vehicle. Others are masters at the craft and have cultivated their brand while establishing themselves as true experts. We asked Mary Lou for her tips on creating a personal brand....