San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
If you ever thought about getting a professional headshot—even for social media—and just never got around to it, this event is for you.
Women Working In Mixed Media (WWIMM) presents a special opportunity to boost your professional profile—and look good while doing it. Join kickass ladies for an afternoon of networking, glamming and boozing at Chicago’s Emporium Arcade on Saturday, May 17. Get free beauty treatments from the style pros at Strange Beauty Show and have professional portfolio shots taken by photographers Amelia Moore, Kim Shay and Jeremy Hayes. Plus, live performances by musicians Tia Einarsen and Kara Murphy. Did we mention there's pizza from Roots, too?
But wait—there's more!
We're also giving away door prizes from Strange Beauty Show, Big Bowl on Cedar and other goodies.
Check out the WWIMM website for bios on each photographer.
General admission: $30 in advance; $35 at the door
Includes access to the WWIMM networking event with free beauty treatments from Strange Beauty Show and a 15 minute photo session with two (2) headshots from one (1) photographer on a first come, first served basis. Plus: free catering from Roots Pizza and automatic entry into our door raffle.
VIP Photo Session: $40 (LIMITED QUANTITIES)
Includes all of the General Admission ticket, plus the ability to reserve a guaranteed time slot for your photo session.
VIP Hair/Make Up Session: $5 (LIMITED QUANTITIES)
Includes all of the General Admission ticket, plus the ability to reserve a guaranteed time slot for your hair and/or make up session with a Strange Beauty Show style expert. Hair and make up tickets must be reserved separately for $5 each. (Ex. If you want hair and make up, purchase two tickets). Once ticket is purchased, we will send you an email to reserve your time slot, which will be scheduled within one hour before your headshot.
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Women Working In Mixed Media (WWIMM)
Women Working In Mixed Media (WWIMM) is an event-based networking group that connects professional women and small business owners without the awkward card swapping fluff.
The idea is simple: Hang out, have a few drinks, do a cool activity, and make a new contact. After all, it's easier to remember someone while building a memory than dropping another business card into your back pocket.