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Joe Connell

Owner

J.CON Salon & Spa

Direct Phone: (727) ***-**** ext. ***       

J.CON Salon & Spa

5811 4th Street North

Saint Petersburg, Florida 33703

United States

Company Description

We are an organization that commits to use our God-given talents and abilities to provide excellence in artistry, business and relationships that enrich the lives of our clients, community and ourselves. more

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Founder
Chrystopher Benson

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About four years ago, St. Petersburg, ...

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About four years ago, St. Petersburg, Florida, salon owner Joe Connell decided to take a chance on something he had never tried before-a formal photo shoot with his staff.

He had played around a bit with amateur shoots at his J.Con Salon Spa, but hadn't really delved into the creative world of professional photo sessions.
But then opportunity knocked. Connell and his team had the chance to spend a day working with Chrystopher Benson, a NAHA photographer. Benson came into the salon and put together a full-blown photo shoot.
"It was amazing," says Connell. "It helped us understand the process-getting an inspiration board, planning, etc."
Joe-Jcon
Joe Connell, owner of J.Con Salon Spa
J.Con has about 90 staff members, and everyone got involved. "Suddenly people looked at their work differently," says Connell. "It was a planned day, which removed the fear factor-there was an obligation to be involved, so they weren't as hesitant or as fearful of the unknown. They had to just dive in."
And once they were committed, Connell and his team quickly realized everybody brings something to table.
"You have to consciously work as a team," he says.
...
"The whole idea is to give people a different perspective of the industry," says Connell. "Our industry revolves around chair, so I find if they get involved in something peripherally, it keeps our industry and their careers way more exciting."
He adds, "It's an avenue to unleash creativity. We see our clients in a mirror all day long, but when you see your work in a photo, it's very different.
"When the photographer starts shooting, you see a totally different perspective," says Connell. "When you go from a live to static shot, it gives you the opportunity to study what you're doing, making lines and silhouettes more apparent. It's interesting to see how you can pin or brush hair in a way that hair doesn't live naturally, but it creates a cool effect."
Connell also believes photo shoots generate an appreciation for the complete look-make-up, wardrobe, etc.
Now, Connell creates a sign-up sheet for photo shoots, and everyone is welcome to participate. "We have a big staff and not everyone is into it, but this way, nobody feels left out."
Marketing the Images
J.Con's photo shoots don't end when the photographer leaves. Connell is cleverly marketing his images both inside and out of the salon.
"We've got a big piece of property on a main street in St. Pete with some art monuments out front," he says.
...
"We don't just stick to a regimen," says Connell.


About four years ago, St. Petersburg, ...

neilltsp.com [cached]

About four years ago, St. Petersburg, Florida, salon owner Joe Connell decided to take a chance on something he had never tried before-a formal photo shoot with his staff.

He had played around a bit with amateur shoots at his J.Con Salon Spa, but hadn't really delved into the creative world of professional photo sessions.
But then opportunity knocked. Connell and his team had the chance to spend a day working with Chrystopher Benson, a NAHA photographer. Benson came into the salon and put together a full-blown photo shoot.
"It was amazing," says Connell. "It helped us understand the process-getting an inspiration board, planning, etc."
Joe-Jcon
Joe Connell, owner of J.Con Salon Spa
J.Con has about 90 staff members, and everyone got involved. "Suddenly people looked at their work differently," says Connell. "It was a planned day, which removed the fear factor-there was an obligation to be involved, so they weren't as hesitant or as fearful of the unknown. They had to just dive in."
And once they were committed, Connell and his team quickly realized everybody brings something to table.
"You have to consciously work as a team," he says.
...
"The whole idea is to give people a different perspective of the industry," says Connell. "Our industry revolves around chair, so I find if they get involved in something peripherally, it keeps our industry and their careers way more exciting."
He adds, "It's an avenue to unleash creativity. We see our clients in a mirror all day long, but when you see your work in a photo, it's very different.
"When the photographer starts shooting, you see a totally different perspective," says Connell. "When you go from a live to static shot, it gives you the opportunity to study what you're doing, making lines and silhouettes more apparent. It's interesting to see how you can pin or brush hair in a way that hair doesn't live naturally, but it creates a cool effect."
Connell also believes photo shoots generate an appreciation for the complete look-make-up, wardrobe, etc.
Now, Connell creates a sign-up sheet for photo shoots, and everyone is welcome to participate. "We have a big staff and not everyone is into it, but this way, nobody feels left out."
Marketing the Images
J.Con's photo shoots don't end when the photographer leaves. Connell is cleverly marketing his images both inside and out of the salon.
"We've got a big piece of property on a main street in St. Pete with some art monuments out front," he says.
...
"We don't just stick to a regimen," says Connell.


About four years ago, St. Petersburg, ...

avedameansbusiness.com [cached]

About four years ago, St. Petersburg, Florida, salon owner Joe Connell decided to take a chance on something he had never tried before-a formal photo shoot with his staff.

He had played around a bit with amateur shoots at his J.Con Salon Spa, but hadn't really delved into the creative world of professional photo sessions.
But then opportunity knocked. Connell and his team had the chance to spend a day working with Chrystopher Benson, a NAHA photographer. Benson came into the salon and put together a full-blown photo shoot.
"It was amazing," says Connell. "It helped us understand the process-getting an inspiration board, planning, etc."
Joe-Jcon
Joe Connell, owner of J.Con Salon Spa
J.Con has about 90 staff members, and everyone got involved. "Suddenly people looked at their work differently," says Connell. "It was a planned day, which removed the fear factor-there was an obligation to be involved, so they weren't as hesitant or as fearful of the unknown. They had to just dive in."
And once they were committed, Connell and his team quickly realized everybody brings something to table.
"You have to consciously work as a team," he says.
...
"The whole idea is to give people a different perspective of the industry," says Connell. "Our industry revolves around chair, so I find if they get involved in something peripherally, it keeps our industry and their careers way more exciting."
He adds, "It's an avenue to unleash creativity. We see our clients in a mirror all day long, but when you see your work in a photo, it's very different.
"When the photographer starts shooting, you see a totally different perspective," says Connell. "When you go from a live to static shot, it gives you the opportunity to study what you're doing, making lines and silhouettes more apparent. It's interesting to see how you can pin or brush hair in a way that hair doesn't live naturally, but it creates a cool effect."
Connell also believes photo shoots generate an appreciation for the complete look-make-up, wardrobe, etc.
Now, Connell creates a sign-up sheet for photo shoots, and everyone is welcome to participate. "We have a big staff and not everyone is into it, but this way, nobody feels left out."
Marketing the Images
J.Con's photo shoots don't end when the photographer leaves. Connell is cleverly marketing his images both inside and out of the salon.
"We've got a big piece of property on a main street in St. Pete with some art monuments out front," he says.
...
"We don't just stick to a regimen," says Connell.


About four years ago, St. Petersburg, ...

avedameansbusiness.com [cached]

About four years ago, St. Petersburg, Florida, salon owner Joe Connell decided to take a chance on something he had never tried before-a formal photo shoot with his staff.

He had played around a bit with amateur shoots at his J.Con Salon Spa, but hadn't really delved into the creative world of professional photo sessions.
But then opportunity knocked. Connell and his team had the chance to spend a day working with Chrystopher Benson, a NAHA photographer. Benson came into the salon and put together a full-blown photo shoot.
"It was amazing," says Connell. "It helped us understand the process-getting an inspiration board, planning, etc."
Joe-Jcon
Joe Connell, owner of J.Con Salon Spa
J.Con has about 90 staff members, and everyone got involved. "Suddenly people looked at their work differently," says Connell. "It was a planned day, which removed the fear factor-there was an obligation to be involved, so they weren't as hesitant or as fearful of the unknown. They had to just dive in."
And once they were committed, Connell and his team quickly realized everybody brings something to table.
"You have to consciously work as a team," he says.
...
"The whole idea is to give people a different perspective of the industry," says Connell. "Our industry revolves around chair, so I find if they get involved in something peripherally, it keeps our industry and their careers way more exciting."
He adds, "It's an avenue to unleash creativity. We see our clients in a mirror all day long, but when you see your work in a photo, it's very different.
"When the photographer starts shooting, you see a totally different perspective," says Connell. "When you go from a live to static shot, it gives you the opportunity to study what you're doing, making lines and silhouettes more apparent. It's interesting to see how you can pin or brush hair in a way that hair doesn't live naturally, but it creates a cool effect."
Connell also believes photo shoots generate an appreciation for the complete look-make-up, wardrobe, etc.
Now, Connell creates a sign-up sheet for photo shoots, and everyone is welcome to participate. "We have a big staff and not everyone is into it, but this way, nobody feels left out."
Marketing the Images
J.Con's photo shoots don't end when the photographer leaves. Connell is cleverly marketing his images both inside and out of the salon.
"We've got a big piece of property on a main street in St. Pete with some art monuments out front," he says.
...
"We don't just stick to a regimen," says Connell.


J.Con Salon & Spa - Tina

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But after a little convincing from her brother-in-law, J.CON founder Joe Connell, she decided to go to cosmetology school and pursue a career in hair. Tina has worked at J.CON for almost thirty years and loves to give back and share her experiences. She also continually challenges herself by learning new trends and techniques.

Tina enjoys making people happy and helping them feel good about themselves. She's a great listener and believes that together with a client, they come up with a plan.

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