“Your profile is 14x more likely to be viewed if you have a professional photo.” -MSNBC. Are you getting the right attention?
“Your profile is 14x more likely to be viewed if you have a professional photo.” -MSNBC
Are you getting the right attention?
We make people look good. In photos, I mean…
Our goal is to rid the world of soul sucking, career destroying, cringe worthy profile photos. You know damn well that shot of you drinking with your buddies is not going to land you the job you need to finally get out of your parents basement. We know it too. That’s why we created Iris Booth, the evolution of portrait photography.
“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchill
Iris Booth wants to have as big an impact on our physical world as we have online. To this end, we devote 10% of gross revenue to funding scholarships in the schools that host our booths; that’s in addition to the money we put into student unions. And 5% of gross revenue from retail locations goes directly to fund arts programs. Smile, you’re funding education and arts!
Sue Siri – Founder/CEO
Boss/inventor/product designer/janitor, Sue kinda does it all. (except for their stuff) Outside the office, you can often find her relaxing at home… Just kidding, she doesn’t relax! Sue’s innovative and creative mind hooked up with her love of photography and Iris Booth was born.
Allie Crawley – Marketing
Allie is cutting her teeth and honing her skills over here at Iris Booth while she works toward finishing her degree. I hope she doesn’t get the impression all offices operate like Iris or she may decide to stay in school forever.
Keith Pineo – Junior Engineer
Keith is our resident computer geek here at Iris Booth (he prefers the term “nerd”). His passion for programming and pushing buttons… I mean boundaries have led him and us to continued success. Like this fancy new website- all Keith!
Digby – Office Dog
The only one to get a promotion this year, Digby has graduated from Office Pup to Office Dog. Digby’s manages office moral and employee distraction in a systematic and artful way. On his days off, Digby can be found chasing sticks at the park. Woof!