PHOTOGRAPHY IS A LANGUAGE MORE UNIVERSAL
When it comes to creating a headshot that stands out, it takes an image that communicates not only the talent of the individual sat in front of the camera, but also the character behind who they are.
As a photographer I have had the privilege of being able to capture not only seasoned professionals, but also those who are full of the excitement of starting out in their chosen career.
I am also delighted to be an ambassador for The Guild of Photographers as a qualified professional. This is an achievement that gives my clients the confidence that they are working with a photographer who is fair, reliable and responsible, possessing the experience, skill and knowledge to provide them with the highest quality headshots.
Whether you’re an actor, performer, organisation, or an up-and-coming executive, please get in touch to find out how we can work together.
I believe that everyone should have access to a good quality headshot.
At a time now where everything is online it is even more important that you look great. To help you make that first impression count you will only pay for the headshot images that you want.
No more paying up front for images that you haven’t seen and no pressure from me to sell you anything, simply use your £50 headshot voucher to purchase the package that you want from your online gallery.
If you would like to book a headshot photography session, or would just like more information please complete the form below and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
With the kids off school, and you hiding behind the sofa when the words home schooling are mentioned, what can you do to keep your children entertained that doesn’t include sticking them in front of the TV, under the stairs like Harry Potter or to the wall with Duct Tape?
Some photographs about what lockdown looks like for you. For many it will mean home schooling, for others it could be the solitude of the empty streets and others it could be the restrictions on group sports. This current lockdown has left a lot of us feeling a bit overwhelmed by what is going on. We feel shut up and crave that social interaction.
There is no simple answer here as it really is up to you if you feed your wedding photographer or not. Some wedding photographers do request it if they are working over a certain number of hours or some wedding venues may suggest that you feed your wedding photographer. The answer though is you don’t have to feed them.