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Building a HS Senior Model Program

with Latasha and Ike Haynes

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About The Class

Capturing the youth voice and vision can be a challenging endeavor — from staying up on ever-changing posing and wardrobe trends to keeping up with how to tap into the senior photography market.

Latasha and Ike Hayes will show you how to build a senior model program that sticks and garners the excitement you need to keep your business growing and going. They will are going to introduce you to our street team concept and how to build a loyal group of young people who not only represent your business, but also help grow and expand it.

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  1. 01

    Building a Loyal HS Senior Model Program

  2. 02

    Bonus Video: Street Team Interview


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Latasha and Ike Haynes

We are a fusion team, east meets west, boy meets girl. He supports (HER) and she loves Him. In (AN) effort to maximize their God (God-given) gifts, he took to reading, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad", "Richest Man in Babylon", "The ... read more

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  • Creativelive Student

    March 2014

    LOVED this! Would love to see more Ike & Tash on Creative Live!

  • Bethany Disbro Miller

    December 2015

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