Daniel Livings Photography

Daniel Livings is a Wedding & Elopement photographer based on the East Coast of Tasmania. Daniel first met The van Diemen Project in a Business Bootcamp in St Helens in mid 2022, and we have watched his business thrive since, including getting extra support through the Digital Solutions program.

Prior to Daniel’s first Digital Solutions meeting, Daniel was a carpenter and had just made the decision to work full time in his photography business.

We supported Daniel through digital visibility improvements across SEO, Google Business, organic growth and partnerships. Daniel recently reached out to us to share a story written about his business journey so far in Tasmania’s largest newspaper, highlighting his quick success and courage to leave his stable job behind for his creative passion.

Daniel’s business continues to grow and we enjoy seeing each new wedding and elopement album pop up on social media as his brand and bookings grow.

“Thank you to The van Diemen Project and Digital Solutions for your support in launching and growing my business. I’ve received lots of bookings, media and opportunities in the past six months.”

– Dnaiel Livings, Daniel Livings Photography

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