Jon Allyn - The Subtle Art of Persuasion

 

January 05, 2021
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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As we say, “Good Riddance, 2020!”  We’re going to kick-off the start of 2021 with a fresh attitude.
Let this be your best year ever, personally and professionally!
Please join as we host Jon Allyn, M.Photog., M.Artist, Cr., CPP, F-ASP, renowned photographer and educator as he shares the secrets to his success. After a crippling accident that ended his career as a firefighter, Jon had to reinvent himself. He translated his passion for photography into a very successful business while also earning numerous accolades, degrees, and awards. Along the way, Jon has been a generous teacher and mentor to many rising stars in our industry.  He will share with you the hidden-in-plain-site “secret” that has been the key to everything he has achieved; how to understand and connect with people.
These skills are useful in every area of your life; from improving personal and professional relationships, to finding loyal clients who’ll refer their friends to you, and a better understanding of your place in the world. 
It’s going to be an evening filled with information that could change your life – don’t miss this!

Jon Allyn, M.Photog.,M.Artist,Cr.,F-ASP

Jon Allyn’s photography career has spanned over four decades. As a photographer, Jon has earned or received nearly all of the awards, accolades and degrees the industry has to offer including being named Photographer of the Year twenty-one times, two Grand Imaging Awards, and being selected to represent the United States in the World Cup. Jon was inducted into the Wisconsin Professional Photographers Hall of Fame in 2004.

As an educator, Jon has appeared in scores of venues nationally and internationally sharing his knowledge, expertise and passion for photography with thousands of professional photographers. 

Service to others will be a major component of Jon Allyn’s legacy. He has received eight major service awards from photographic organizations including two PPA National Awards. He has served on dozens of committees and as President of four photographic organizations.

For the past 13 years his role as Executive Director of the American Society of Photographers has allowed him a unique opportunity to meet and interact with the “Best of the Best” to help shape and enrich the future of photographers today and for generations to come.