The Fill Your Frame podcast is for creative entrepreneurs & it's a place for artists and dreamers to come together, talk strategy, share wins and insights, and learn to say YES to opportunities in our life WITHOUT fear. Listen to the podcast below.
My superpower is helping women become the best version of themselves while pursuing the kind of life they actually want.... one with abundant freedom, joy, and peace.
I think we learn best from either doing, or hearing others’ stories of doing. In the hopes of saving you years of trial-and-error, fill Your Frame will feature conversations with artists, photographers, and creative entrepreneurs who have dug into the hard work and lived to not only tell their stories, but to share how you can succeed, too.
Ever wonder how to make your work stand out on social media? Why your story and background matter in your business? What about whether or not you’re charging the right rates, working with the right clients, or spending your time on the right things? I’ll share actionable tips and strategies you can apply to your business today.
Waiting for the right time to start a business centered on your art and passions? I know the feeling, friend. It’s why sharing the steps I’ve personally used (and taught to all my students) to start and scale a heart-centered business is at the core of all that I do. I’ll give you the roadmap to jump in and make the best kind of splash.
5 Secrets to Get Emotional & Real Images From Every Photo Shoot
That’s right, I’m going to share with you the 5 secrets to capturing emotional and authentic images of your clients, no matter what. I’ve spent the last 10 years building my photography business based on these principles, and they’ve landed me shoots with celebrities and influencers who I never could’ve dreamed I’d meet. Trust me mama, you need this is your life!
I’m Jillian Goulding, a photographer and educator raising babies and building my life in Sacramento, CA.
Over the years, I’ve transformed my side hustle into a thriving photography business that has taken me and my camera to the beaches of San Francisco Bay, the pages of People Magazine, and the screens of Extra TV.