STUDIO IN BECKENHAM, SE-LONDON

IT'S NOT YOUR JOB TO BE PHOTOGENIC, IT'S MY JOB TO CAPTURE YOU THE WAY YOU WANT PEOPLE TO SEE YOU


HOW MUCH ARE THE HEADSHOT SESSIONS AND WHAT DO I GET?

HEADSHOT PLAN 1
£125.00 for a 60 minute studio headshot session

  • Three outfit changes
  • Two lightly retouched jpegs
  • Additonal images £20 each
  • HEADSHOT PLAN 2
    £170.00 for a 90 minute studio headshot session

    • Four outfit changes
    • Five lightly retouched jpegs
    • Additonal images £20 each

    HEADSHOT PLAN 3
    £220.00 for a 2 hour studio headshot session

    • Unlimited outfit changes
    • Eight lightly retouched jpegs
    • Additonal images £20 each

    ANYTHING I NEED TO KNOW OR DO BEFORE THE SHOOT?

         
    Know your 'type'.  If you are an Actor understand what roles you are going to be going for and embrace your looks. The casting director will be looking at your profile because of those features.
    If you are a CEO, come dressed for how you want to project yourself. It could be a causual look, it can be formal. Or we can shoot both.
    Come prepared to dress and look as you want the world to see you. I'll do the rest!

  • Come energised. We are looking to capture you as you want the world to see you
  • Try to get enough sleep and drink plenty of water
  • Bring a hair brush and any makeup you want to wear
  • Anything you are wearing should be ironed and looking it's best Bring clothes that you feel great in and as many as you can. You'll be surprised what works in front of the camera
  • Try to avoid clothing with fussy patterns as they will draw attention away from you
  • I work with some great make up artists and they can really make a difference. We can chat about this if this is something you are intersted in

  • WHAT IS A HEADSHOT, WHAT ISN'T A HEADSHOT AND WHAT CAN A HEADSHOT BE USED FOR?

         
    A headshot is looseley defined as "a photograph of a person's face or head and shoulders."   It isn't to be confused with a loosely defined description of a portrait "a painting, drawing, photograph, or engraving of a person, especially one depicting only the face or head and shoulders",   which let's face it definition wise, they sound very similar....

    A headshot is what you look like in the mirror at your best, with minimal fuss in the background and a resonably nuetrual look on your face. A portrait is more of an insight into who you are and who you want to be, or who you want to be right now. It doesn't have to be constrained in anyway. From composition, to backgrounds to post processing techniques.

  • Your professional networking profile image (LinkedIn/Corportare headshot)
  • Marketing materials
  • Social media profiles
  • Press articles/releases
  • Newsletters
  • Email signature
  • CV
  • Adverts
  • Corporate brochures
  • Speaking engagements
  • Creating your personal brand
  • Job applications
  • To help represent you when you can’t be there in person
  • Dating agency profile
  • Community roles
  • Website
  • Anywhere you'd like to include a picture of yourself
  • Company directory
  • Business cards with a photo of you for networking events

  • HOW DO I BOOK A SESSION?

    Click here to let me know what plan you'd like, date, etc.


    I HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS THAT i CAN'T SEE THE ANSWERS TO ON THIS PAGE? WHAT DO I DO?

         
    I'm very happy to take a complimentary, no obligation consultation phonecall to discuss any questions or concerns you may have to establish exactly what it is your headshot is to be used for.