One of the best things about the Design+Style Club is getting to hear about our members' visibility journeys. Today, we're talking to Alberthe “Albie” Buabeng of Albie Knows!
Dayna De Hoyos has been in the world of art since the age of 18 when she began her formal training in fine art at San Antonio College, and the University of Texas. She studied painting, drawing, theatre, radio, television, and film. After college she pursued her passion and opened an artist run space at the Blue Star Arts Complex in San Antonio, Texas. Stella Haus Art Space showcased new and established talent for a decade and contributed to the success of the art community through membership on the Blue Star Museum Board of Directors, as well as curating shows monthly. She pursued her passion for painting, photography, and film in her art making as well as promoted others. She exhibited her own work in museums across the country and in in the collections of Barry Manalow, Estee Lauder, and Dave Matthews to name a few.
In 2012 Dayna closed Stella Haus Art Space and moved from San Antonio to the area of Fredericksburg, Texas. She married her college sweetheart Sky Patterson, and started Stella Haus Films to continue to pursue her artistic abilities by making films and photography commercially. Dayna currently lives and works on Stieler Ranch, her husbands historic ranch where she makes social media video, branding films, commercials, and art films for her clients. She also creates photography including headshots, branding imagery, food photography, and social media photo content.
The other side of Stella Haus Films is Wedding Films which unlike most wedding video has a more cinematic and artistic bent. In her spare time she raises horses, chickens, and is a dog mama to a border collie named Ruby and a slew of rescue kitties. She also enjoys running, cooking, and gardening.
Here at Design+Style, we're big fans of collaboration and one of our favorite dynamic duos is Ms Paper Moon, Stephanie Owens and Ms Glamour Nest, Jessica McClendon! Together, they are the Decorettes, sharing their bewitching branding and swanky systems with creative entrepreneurs everywhere and chatting about the ups and downs of being business owners.
It's not every day one co-host gets to interview the other! Today, Dixie is chatting with Rachel about Rachel's new book.
MARKETING: For the staging + design industry is a great read for any stager, decorator or designer who wants to attract more clients. The marketing experts in this book have been pivotal in growing their industries, with educational training, coaching, and many with staging and decorating businesses that have succeeded using the methods they share within these pages.
From across North America they share their knowledge on branding, sales funnels, marketing plans, building confidence, becoming an expert with visibility, pricing, packaging and presenting, along with the many methods to attract the ideal client.
Gain valuable insights with this priceless guide and begin creating your marketing strategy for achieving a profitable business within today’s design industry!
We can't think of a more perfect day than International Women's Day to talk about learning to stand strong and tall in your business, getting visible, and becoming a Visibility Warrior.
From the moment one of our Design+Style Club members introduced us to Karin Bohn last fall, we've been obsessed with watching her YouTube channel. One of the things we love most about Karin is how intentional she is in everything she does. From her motivation to her design business and systems to her behind-the-scenes videos to her fashion, every choice is intentional.
Starting and running your own business can get pretty messy when you have to figure everything out on your own. But what if you could learn from others' mistakes instead? Kimberley Seldon is here with us today to share some of the messy bits she's had to deal with in her design business, how she overcame them, and some suggestions to help you avoid having to learn things the hard way. (If you haven't read her books or listened to her podcast yet, you definitely should!)