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Kris D'Amico lands two major Tennessee accounts.

Self-described “experts at creating brand building imagery,” Kris D’Amico photography is composed of a team of business professionals who successfully brand and rebrand people, places and products. The team at Kris D’Amico is completely dedicated to their craft and focused on creating images that help the client to stand out in an otherwise oversaturated market.

The team hired Agency Access to help complete a portfolio review back in 2012, seeking help for their book and new website. From that, a wonderful relationship was forged between D’Amico’s team and our Creative Consultant, Amanda Sosa Stone. Much of the credit is given to Amanda for helping to get their photography business on the right track.

Recently, D’Amico enrolled in the Campaign Manager program and with the help of Consultant Andrea Maurio, they were able to launch a brand new site in the fall of 2014. In D’Amico’s own words, “Holy smokes! It has taken the business to a new level.” Kris D’Amico’s team is now fielding calls from agencies in other states looking for shooters both locally and abroad. In the past six months alone they’ve landed gigs with four different national accounts. Most recently, they landed a job that can be directly attributed to the Campaign Manager program.

They were able to land accounts with both The Tennessee Department of Transportation and the Tennessee Titans Organization. Kris included one of the art directors at Tombras Group in the eblast that had been sent out through Campaign Manager direct mail and from that contact, Kris was referred to one of his colleagues.

“I have always been a poor editor of my own work,” said D’Amico. “I feel like with Amanda and Andrea’s help, it has allowed me to put forth a coherent and cohesive body of work that shows a unique point of view. Although we do a large variety of work, they helped me cut through the ‘fog’ and really showcase the best of the best.”

A shot of football player Delanie Walker and the Tennessee Law Enforcement standing up against drinking and driving.