No limits on clothing changes, hair style variations, or backgrounds (within our inventory).
Includes pre-session prep-sheet, coaching, instant review, and image selection during your session. A makeup artist (MUA) is optional and recommended for women; let me know if you want to book a MUA.
Coaching includes selecting your best angle, creating a great jawline, a natural friendly look, and absolute professionalism.
Session fee: $ 290 | Images: $ 85 each
Thinking for an outdoor or location photograph? Perhaps a branding series for your new business. Maybe you need an entire team or company photographed. Simply send information in using the form at the bottom and I'll get back to you shortly.
I show faces up close in my portfolio; however, I photograph your entire head with more body and provide that full image to you. Because the profile photo on LinkedIn is so small, you may want to consider a tight crop.
For LinkedIn, I recommend a simple background, so studio photographs are better for a small profile image. If you are interested in a different look, want a branding session, or are an actor, inquire with the "Request More Information" form below.
We take a look at the clothes you brought and select several outfits. Then a mirror check, next under the lights. I coach your body, face, and help you relax. We shoot several images, then immediately review. Back to the shooting area, repeat until you have your best headshot ever!
The session fee covers photography only. Ample time, clothing changes, time for hair changes, background variation, and lighting changes are included. Each retouched image is $ 85.
I suggest a makeup artist for women and work with several headshots specialists. Let me know on the form below. and I'll confirm availability.
Allow up to two hours. Most sessions are about one hour long. This includes time for clothing changes and reviewing of your images, plus selecting your favorite images.
We sanitize between customers, minimize any items that you touch, wear a mask, maintain distance, and have a shield in place during image review.
I recommend looking for a consistent portfolio that shows a range of faces. Avoid a photographer that shoots down on you, as this gives an impression of weakness relative to the viewer.
LinkedIn says that a profile with a picture receives 21x more views, 36x more direct messages, and 9x more connection requests.