Expand Your Business and Yourself Creatively

 

Known as the Guy in the Hawaiian Shirt, Bob Moffa brings out the best in people with his laid back personality and creative style. He believes that offering professional services at a reasonable cost, while learning about the clients’ markets and needs, is a recipe destined for success.

Bob is a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing. He has a passion for photography and loves to help others start their businesses by adding creative elements to their brand.  With his 15 years of experience, he can provide a wide range of services that meet the needs of most clients. He also has a network of experts in their field when there is a need outside of his expertise.

He is the owner of M3 Imagery Photography and Graphic Design studio located in the metro Atlanta area. M3 Imagery focuses on the client’s needs to develop high quality products that will help them expand their business to new horizons. Specializing in commercial, product, event and glamour photography, M3 Imagery is known for providing their customers with a very relaxing environment in which they can feel comfortable, either while being photographed or discussing plans for creative collateral for their businesses. Over the past few years Bob has been able to create long-lasting and satisfactory relationships with his clients.

Female business owners and women who want to create a new image make up a large percentage of his clients. From photographs that capture the outward beauty of a person, to product photography that captures the beauty of your product, Bob provides makeovers that create magic.

Ladies who want a physical makeover from M3 After Hours, which provides glamour and boudoir photography, walk away feeling beautiful. He offers on-site printing up to 44” by 120” on a wide variety of media. From calendars to customized photo books, a person’s experience will be completely one of a kind.

One of the things he is most proud of is being able to include an internship program to his many services, in which he helps young, talented college students to follow their dreams in the photography and graphic design worlds. He knows how important it is to develop connections in business in order to have a successful career. Therefore, he helps his mentees to understand the creative and the business side of this type of industry.

Currently, Bob has three female interns working with him who are learning … how to work in a studio, what it takes to run a business, and build their portfolios.

One of his interns, Patricia Chourio, a Communications and Media Studies major from Kennesaw State University says, “Thanks to Bob and M3 Imagery, I’ve been able to learn and to develop photography skills that you don’t necessarily learn inside a classroom. Bob is very patient and is always willing to help me whenever I have a problem or a question about photography and the photo business.”  And from intern Trisha Thompson, a Digital Media Arts major from Chattahoochee Technical College,  “I have been learning so much during my time at M3 Imagery. Bob is always willing to take the time to share his knowledge; from his art and design expertise to good business practice.”

The Social Event is a division of the M3 Imagery machine. Bob constantly looks towards the future to fulfill the needs he sees. He has joined forces with Coryographix Photography, a local wedding and portrait company, to capture and promote any type of social event. The team promotes and photographs an event, then photos are uploaded for the guests to be able to view and purchase, thus helping the memory of the event last longer. The Social Event can accommodate any set-up from non-intrusive candid photos to a large photo stage that makes attendees feel like models on the red carpet to a step and repeat set-up or anything in between.

Supporting those who are seeking jobs, Bob has started See the Jobseeker. This venture provides job seekers with an excellent opportunity to achieve a more professional image in communicating their value proposition and creating favorable impressions to prospective employers, their social networks, and others. The jobseeker is then better able to accomplish this task by getting a professional headshot, customized and matching business cards, letterhead and personal resume website.

Bob has recently expanded this venture by including coaching and resume guidance with a company called Connecting Point: Marketing You Today. The basic package is only $249 and offers a 3-month payment option to help people get back on their feet in this economy. “It’s not about the money. It’s about helping our fellow Americans get a job so our economy can get back on its feet.”

“I started M3 Imagery because I saw a huge market of small businesses who could not afford a New York style ad agency, but deserved better than the fly-by-night web and graphic designers whose only drive was to make a fast buck at the business owner’s expense. A business deserves a cohesive look and marketing effort, and since I have over 15 years of experience in photography, print and web, all of which are completely different media with different requirements, I knew I could fill that need. I haven’t been happier in my career and it feels fantastic seeing the satisfaction from my clients and doing what I love.”

What is the most satisfying moment of my career? When I had a lady break down and cry tears of joy when seeing the photos I took of her because she said that was the first time she ever thought she looked and felt beautiful.

For more information about M3 Imagery, contact the studio at 678-643-4076.

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4 had something to say.
 
  1. Harry McBerry
    2010-10-05
    06:53:33

    Bob, WOW ! We are very proud to have the opportunity to work with you in reaching out to the jobseeker community to provide professional, high quality branding & marketing tools, techniques, along with other 21st century technologies !

    Harry
    Connecting Point - Marketing You Today

     
  2. RE - POD313 TechTips
    2010-10-07
    04:32:17

    Bob seems like the real go to guy. does he do your photography for the Magazine ? he certainly seems to know what he's doing; especially with the diversification into employment services.

    I'd love to see some of his glamour shots

     
  3. PYNTK
    2010-10-07
    06:41:02

    @RE-POD313 ~ Bob took some of our shots for the People You Need to Know Superstars' Awards Breakfast. We're excited about working with him on our upcoming publication. Like you, I think the diversification is VERY creative!

    ~ Jacqueline

     
  4. Dori
    2010-10-08
    09:43:04

    Bob sounds like a very talented guy! It's so interesting to find out about how people are doing their thing and how they got to that point. Great article!

     
 

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