Business Spotlight: Sail Away Inc. Photography
Meet Lynne Damiano of Sail Away Photography in Warwick! Lynne first fell in love with photography about 20 years ago in a travel course to New Mexico. However, it was only 4 years ago that she decided to start her own business, Sail Away Photography.
She always loved capturing beautiful memories for friends and family, and now is happy to do that for her community! She makes photos genuine by using prompts and games to engage her clients during a session. It helps make everyone relax and gets more natural reactions, which leads to beautiful natural photographs.
Lynne loves to try out new creative ideas and being able to explore the beauty and nature around Rhode Island during her sessions! “The community has been so welcoming and supportive of my photography and the majority of my referrals are from word of mouth. My clients end up becoming part of the family!” she told us.
A fun fact about Lynne is that she is also a teacher! She incorporates her passion for art and photography while working with her students.
“Washington Trust has made managing and keeping track of my finances so easy. I love how friendly and helpful the staff is,” Lynne told us. “The financial part of running a business is not my strong suit, so I love that Washington Trust allows me to focus on what I love best, being creative!”
Sail Away Photography is offering a special discount: Receive 10% off any session if you mention Washington Trust when booking! Learn more at https://www.sailawayinc.com/
Sail Away Inc. Photography
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