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Brandon Adams, CEO of Bee Famous, Talks About the Power of Networking, Content Creation, and Success in the Digital Age

Networking isn’t easy for everybody. It requires a lot of work, personality, rapport, and trust. In the entertainment industry, some say it’s all about who you know. Others say it’s about who knows you. Brandon Adams says, you can know people and people can know you, but do you have the power to get those people to come out to your event, support your business, or offer you opportunities of work? Your network can be your net worth. Networking is key to getting into the right circles for your business. Brandon Adams believes he has what it takes.

Brandon Adams, aka Bee Photoz is the Founder of BeeFamous LLC, a business that discovers talent, develops portfolios, and curates top level content by organizing and conducting photoshoots, collaborations, and casting opportunities for models and celebrity clients. Bee Famous manages a roster of top models, creative directors, photographers, videographers and more. Brandon created his business because he wanted to utilize his keen eye for talent, networking, and his ability to elevate others through his work and collaborative opportunities.

Bee Famous worked with Chris Brown on his music video “Iffy”, the lead single for his latest 10th Studio Album. He also worked with Rubi Rose on her music video” I Like”, and Coi LeRay on her music video “Twinnem” to name a few. Bee Famous hax also photographed Keke Palmer, Latto, Clermont Twins, PNB Rock, Teyana Taylor, Saweetie, Cardi B and more. Bee Famous credits his accomplishments to the power of networking. Brandon Adams’s relatable and inclusive business continues to thrive because of his strategic approach to doing business. Brandon shares “Your career network should include anyone who can help you grow professionally. It can include past and present colleagues, acquaintances, and friends with similar interests.” Brandon Adams says cultivating your network year-round is critical to maintaining beneficial connections. It is not just a matter of contacting those who can help during trying times but also inclining your interests to theirs as you forge mutual paths of success. Professional networking requires you to be proactive, actively keeping a good rapport with the people in your network.

Brandon Adams also reiterates that any professional can leverage content creation to pave their career path. It is important to create your brand and market yourself, even if you are employed by someone else or working for yourself.

In addition to photography and videography, people seek out Bee Famous network. Many companies and brands become clients and want the Bee Famous Treatment. Platforms like the BIGO Live App who look for celebrities and influencers to host weekly live shows. Bee Famous connected and facilitated MTV’s Ridiculousness’s Chanel West Coast to film her weekly show “California Dreaming”, where she’s interviewed celebrities weekly. Weekly guests included Steve-O, Austin Mahone, Too $hort and MetaWorldPeace. “Companies and brands have been reaching out to me for my influencers and input, and now I’m even a non-exclusive booking agent for some of my favorite celebrity friends I would’ve never thought.” Brandon said.

With a network of over 250 million followers, a roster of models, and having worked with names like Chris Brown and Vanessa Simmons, Brandon Adams has the keys to networking and being successful in the Digital Age. Brandon believes that business takes a lot of determination to be successful as well as personality, talent, and thick skin.

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