Sue Bryce’s Former Videographer Tells us her Own Success Story - with Casey Littler
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We have a very special guest this week on the Portrait System Podcast, and it is none other than New-Zealand-based portrait photographer Casey Littler! Casey started out as Sue Bryce's videographer several years ago when Sue was just starting her business. Not only does Casey provide us with a unique insight into those formative years that led Sue to the success we all know now, but she also tells us her own success story and how learning from the best helped her to create a thriving portrait studio of her own. If you're looking to learn about two incredible women portrait photographers in one episode, then don't wait and take a listen!

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