Business Headshots with Claire

“I’ve got some great images, absolutely love the garage shots…I really enjoyed the shoot.” Claire

 

Meet Claire. Claire is Mum of two gorgeous children (you might have seen her family session a few months ago on my website). Now that the kids are getting a bit older Claire, a dancer and physiotherapist, has decided to bring her knowledge and passion from her previous jobs into a brand new business.

Tell us about your new business venture

My new venture is called ‘Claire Marks Dance’.¬† The aim of my business is to bring high quality dance workshops into local primary schools, where children can flourish and teachers can learn new skills.

Why did you decide to start the business?

My origins are in dance, I trained at London Contemporary Dance School back in the 1990’s, going on to dance professionally for many years. So it made sense to return to my first true passion. I believe dance is an essential part of the curriculum for children, and feel that I can offer a unique specialist service to schools.

What were you doing before you started your business?

After retiring from dance I retrained to be a Physiotherapist, then in 2008 I became a Mummy to Alfie, then four years later to Tilly. I’ve been a stay at home Mummy for the last 9 years! Becoming a mother has been the best job in the world, I’ve loved every second of being at home with my gorgeous pair.

How do you juggle being a mother and working at the same time?

My company is still in the very early stages, so I haven’t really had to learn to juggle yet! But hoping with Breakfast club, after school club, and family I’ll manage to successfully work 3 days a week.

What do you love most about being a mother?

Waking up knowing that I have two beautiful children to cherish is the most precious gift in the world. I love watching their relationship grow, they argue like all siblings, but they also have the most wonderful friendship. Being a mother is the hardest but most rewarding job I have ever had, I hope I never take that for granted.

Do you have any advice for anyone who would like to start their own business?

Give it a go, you’ll never know if you can succeed if you don’t try. Listen to all advice that is offered, there’s a lot to take in setting up on your own.
If you’d like more information on the workshops Claire Marks Dance can offer please get in touch:

Business Headshots by Gemma Griffiths PhotographyBusiness Headshots by Gemma Griffiths PhotographyBusiness Headshots by Gemma Griffiths PhotographyBusiness Headshots by Gemma Griffiths PhotographyBusiness Headshots by Gemma Griffiths PhotographyBusiness Headshots by Gemma Griffiths PhotographyBusiness Headshots by Gemma Griffiths PhotographyBusiness Headshots by Gemma Griffiths Photography

Comments

comments