Performer in the Arts, or High Performer in Business
Whether you’re a performer in the arts, or a business high performer, the first thing a potential employer or client will see is your headshot. It may be a Casting Director, a client looking at your Facebook page, or someone wanting to interview you for a role in their company. The first thing that they will look at is your profile photograph or attached headshot print. You wouldn’t want to have something that important relying on a phone snap that your friend took, would you?
Dan came in for two lots of headshots. The first session, this one, was with his long hair. The second session a few weeks later, with virtually no hair. I’ll be posting the 2nd look in a few days, but for now, here’s a selection of some of the images we photographed in the first session.
I was wanting to test a backdrop that I’d recently painted too, so Dan graciously volunteered to do some portraits with the new backdrop. I’ve put a few of those shots in here too for you to have a look at.
Whether it’s for an audition, an interview or for a professional profile photograph, invest in your future. Why not take a look at my packages and have a read through the information. Then, if you’d like to book in for a headshot shoot, please get in touch and let me know what it is that you’re after. We can provide a bespoke experience that tailors your headshot requirements to a particular role, whether it’s artistic, or business.
When it comes to headshots for business, it makes sense to have a unified image for the company. You want everyone to look part of a team, so you want them all to have similar profile images. I can come to your place of work and set up a studio. All I need is a conference room, a meeting room or a large office. That way, you can have the whole team photographed with as little disruption as possible to the business day.
If you’re interested in headshots for your team, contact me for more details.