Lexy wanted non-traditional photos for her high school senior portraits….I think we gave her just that! Had a great day in the studio and on location at the Liriodendron mansion in Harford County. Thanks Gina Bateman for the wonderful makeup/hair. We photographed Lexy alone then we did a few images of both her and her mother together just for fun.
My corporate headshot sessions have increased quite a bit lately. I am finding more and more people are understanding the importance of a polished photo for PR, marketing and website use. Typically I do corporate headshots in my studio for better lighting control but they can be done at your offices if there are multiple people needing them. Makeup/hair artists are available (and recommended) for corporate headshots.
Recently I had an opportunity to do another photography session for an author. Kim Cabill has her first book coming out very soon and needed book jacket cover photography to add the finishing touches to the project. What a pleasure to photograph this lovely, interesting woman. Look for “Burdens to Blessings” out soon!
It was no surprise to me that Sarah was promoted to President of Feats Inc. I have witnessed first hand how talented she is and how hard she works.
A professional headshot is important in the corporate world! However corporate headshot photography does not have to be stiff and boring. I have companies that hire me to photograph their employees for websites, brochures and annual reports. It’s a quick and easy session in the studio or if you have more than five employees or executives that need headshots I can set up a session at your offices.
I had a great time with the Oursler family. We did a day of fun photos a few months ago…just thought I’d post a few. Thanks to Ella Spice for the terrific hair and Gina Bateman for the makeup!