Post and Boost Photographers

What is Post and Boost?

We’re glad you’re here and taking a moment to get to know us. Post and Boost is a full service, social media advertising agency.

We help funeral homes with their Facebook Page strategy, and highlight the care and support they offer families in their local community.

We believe in the power of great photography and pair images of their facility and staff with thoughtfully written custom posts.

When we have a new account that isn’t nearby one of our team members or one of our already-certified photographers, we recruit a new photographer to help us capture great images of our new client, their staff and the inside and outside of their facility.

Please review our Company Reference document that includes a link to the North Carolina Secretary of State website (the state where Post and Boost is registered) and contact information to connect with our previously certified photographers, if you’d like references.

We’ve worked with photographers across the country who specialize in all different kinds of photography. 

When we’re looking for a new photographer in a new area, we try to find someone in close proximity to our client (as much as possible) who has experience with individuals/groups, as our photo needs are focused on capturing individuals in scenes throughout their facility.

When we reach out to you, it’s because either you’ve been referred to us by our new client, or we’ve searched the area via Google or Facebook, found your business information, reviewed your online portfolio and decided you might be a good fit for our needs.

So now, you get to decide. Are you a good fit? Do you have an interest and some availability in your schedule to work with us?

Please call, text or email the Post and Boost team member who reached out to you and let them know you’d like to move forward with certification.

You can also connect with Post and Boost owner, Bill A Johnston on Facebook and LinkedIn.


At the most basic level, we ask our photographers to capture great images (well-lit, in focus and thoughtful placement of staff members throughout their facility), upload 5 to 10MB .jpgs to our shared Google Drive without cropping and with little-to-no editing (to honor their time) and to consider being our certified photographer in the area for other shoots, if it works well for everyone.

If you’d like to see examples of our photography needs, here’s our best introductory resource: Slide Deck: Example Photography.

The next step is always a short phone conversation so that we can answer any questions you may have and discuss specifics regarding our photography process, certification process and compensation.