When you become a Feast It supplier, you join a community at the centre of everything we do. We only invite the very best event suppliers onto Feast It because we want to be a cut above the rest and offer our customers the very best there is. With over 1,000 talented chefs, bakers, mixologists, brewers, photographers, florists, and more, we’ve got quite the crew going!
If you’re thinking of becoming a Feast It supplier, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you, we’re here to give you all the info straight from the horses mouth with a Q&A from one of our long standing and highly successful photographers - Steven Morris.
Steven Morris joined Feast It in December 2019 and has been a huge success with our customers, generating an incredible £12K in revenue*.
Photographer Steven prides himself on being a real stickler for detail and has worked with an impressive range of clients including Rolls Royce, The Tower Of London and Kensington Palace, but his career highlight so far was being the official photographer for an international company at the London 2012 Olympics!
Read on to hear about how Steven Morris achieved success on Feast It.
Feast It is the only platform I've used but the information I get is great and the clients I get, I'd never meet them any other way as most of my work comes from recommendations. So it’s really great for that.
A wedding I did in the summer. It was a really special day as the lady who was getting married usually used a wheelchair, but didn't on her wedding day. I helped her get around for the day and it was a really lovely moment. It was one of the early post-lockdown weddings and it was really emotional. They left me a brilliant review saying I'd captured their memories. I was swept up in it all and it helps me get better photos when there's emotion.
Patience and perseverance. It took a while to get going but once it did there was work coming in regularly. The conversion rate was low at first but the more I quote, the more I get jobs. You've got to put the effort in.
I had to diversify the work I was doing into things I could do from home. I turned to web design and even helped the National Trust create a wallpaper collection! It was an investment to learn new skills during that time that I now use in my photography.
It’s still a little early to say but in terms of weddings, they're looking really strong. Covid hasn't gone away so until we're sure what will happen with large events, it's difficult as a lot are being cancelled.
To read more about Steven Morris Photography, view his Feast It profile, here.
If you’re thinking about becoming a Feast It supplier, find out more, here.
*Numbers are accurate as of October 2021