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Meet Hayley Simmons of Frederick

Today we’d like to introduce you to Hayley Simmons.

Hi Hayley, we’d love for you to introduce yourself.
I have always loved photography; growing up and throughout high school, I took many photos and photography courses. For school, friends, and myself, but it was just a hobby I enjoyed. When I had my first baby in 2017, my camera returned. I wanted to document everything she did, and then I decided to offer my services to others- with the help of encouragement from friends and family! This business helps me ultimately “stay” at home with my now three children, and I couldn’t be more thankful!

We all face challenges, but would you describe it as a relatively smooth road?
No small business has it easy, especially when you are first starting in a profession that truly runs by word of mouth. It is still up and coming for me, I am starting to work with many new clients each year, and I love that past client continue to recommend me to their friends and family.

Please tell our readers more about what you do and what you think sets you apart from others.
I am a Maryland-based natural light family and wedding photographer! I’m most proud of the time, effort, and love I put into this business, and I love watching families grow and being there for their children’s milestones!

Alright, before we go, can you talk to us about how people can work, collaborate, or support you?
I would love to work and collaborate with other photographers in the area! I love seeing other photographers doing styled shoots and supporting each other! We all have each other backs in the area, and I love that I get to be a part of this group of such inspirational and strong women!

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Hayley Simmons Photography

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