It's not often that I get someone that lives in another city that contacts me for a photoshoot. I'm often skeptical because it doesn't always sound legit. I got an email from a random guy in Houston about coming to Memphis for a photoshoot and I knew it was a scam. We talked back and forth for about a month or so and the day of the shoot, he had to cancel due to some travel issues. I thought instantly it wasn't real. I get a text a week later from the guy saying that he would be in town for an H-Town concert in Mississippi and he wanted to shoot. Little did I know, it was Brandon "Big Bee" Stewart, owner of Next Level Automotive in Houston, TX. The shoot went so well that I had to ask him a few questions because he was just that interesting of a person.
You were recently in Memphis. I would love to think you traveled here just to shoot with me, but how was your experience in the Bluff City?
You're the owner of Next Level Automotive. How did that come about and what does next Level Automotive provide?
I'm sure you've seen just about every car, but which car is your favorite and why? Any car have sentimental value to you? Is there a dream car you'd love to have?
How are you or Next Level involved in your community in Houston?
I've lived in Houston before and found it to be almost too big of a city. How would you compare Houston to Memphis?
What advice would you give anyone wanting to start their own business?
You can check out more of Brandon on IG HERE. When he travels around the country, he looks for a lock photographer in each city. When I asked him how he even found my info, he told me it was via Instagram and the hashtag #memphisphotographer. So you other grammars out there, use those hashtags! People actually look at them!
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