'The Importance of Creative Education' with Meg Simone and Brea McDonald of Relevant Workshop
Renée interviews Meg Simone of Meg Simone Wedding Films and Brea McDonald of Brea McDonald Photography, who are the Co-Founders of Relevant Workshop!
About our lovely guests:
Brea’s been photographing weddings and family portraits throughout New England for over 15 years. Her timeless style has carved a niche in the market with couples that seek out a classic New England feel for their celebrations and family memories. Brea understands the sentimental value of our region and why people travel here to make family memories.
Brea’s wedding photography has been featured on many blogs as well as the pages and covers of both local and national publications. After growing up in Lovell, Maine and then spending her college years in Portland, Brea moved to the island of Nantucket for 8 years. You can now find her back in Maine living near the beach in Wells with her husband, son and 2 adorable corgi’s!
Meg Simone is a charismatic wedding filmmaker who is fascinated with people, stories, and experiences. For the last 18 years, Meg (along with the elusive “Camera 2”) has traveled throughout New England and beyond, documenting in her unique style, stories about strangers that make us all feel like friends. Her adventurous spirit and genuine love of people is contagious.
For the last ten winters, when the “off-season” hits you can find Meg (and Camera 2) skiing and traveling around the US and Canada in their camper van. Conducting business and drafting contracts from coffee shops, tea houses, public libraries, and parking lots from Boston to British Columbia.
Together, two founded The Relevant Workshop, which is a place for wedding community members to come together for a day of inspiration, education, and engagement which will elevate our wedding industry and strive to keep us relevant in our craft.
The Relevant Workshop:
Instagram: @relevantworkshop, co-founders: @megsimone @breamcdonaldphotography