Show you mean business without uttering a word

Your headshot is the first item viewed online, an opportunity to build a connection, a marketing tool. Whether future employer or customer, your audience is looking to connect with you. If you want to be seen as a professional, your image needs to support that message.

Headshots should reflect who you are professionally.
Before your shoot we will discuss location or studio options, wardrobe, hair, makeup and what you want your shoot to say about you.

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Getting the most from your headshot session

When it comes to your headshot, a little pre-planning goes a long way. Your session includes a pre-consultation, I offer as much or as little guidance as you need.
You will have the opportunity to select your image/s on the day of the shoot. Final images are retouched and provided for both print and online.
Deliver via an online gallery to suit your exact requirements.


It is important to think where you will be using your image and who will be viewing it. Is it for a LinkedIn Profile, a business card, an about us page, a team page, internal or external communications or marketing material? Who is your audience and what impression do you need to make?


Studio shots give you a clean headshot. You can choose from a white, grey or black backdrop. Lighting is consistent and this shoot isn’t weather dependant.

If you want a nature or industrial look, a location shoot may be in order. (Travel costs apply). The correct location is about strengthening your narrative.

Wardrobe, hair and makeup

What you wear for your shoot should reflect your audience, professional or casual, colourful or soft or black or white. I do recommend to keep away from tops with prints, logos or slogans. Ensure your clothes are clean and pressed before your session. Check out Pinterest for inspiration.

If your hair is due for a tidy up. Make that appointment with your hairdresser before your shoot day. For the ladies, I recommend if you are not confident doing your own hair and makeup. Book a professional on the day of your session.

Team photos

For an about us or team page or brochure with a consistent look, discuss wardrobe with your team. If everyone has a uniform, that makes it easy. Or give your team a select group of colours to choose from that compliments your brand. For an extra treat for your team, let’s talk about the option of hiring a hair and makeup artist to have you all looking your best on the day.