Professional headshots help you make a great first impression. And they're not just for actors and models. Whether you're an entrepreneur, real estate professional, job seeker, or just someone who wants to put their best foot forward on social media, I can help you achieve the look of confidence you're after. In studio or on location, one person or a team of 100, I can bring everything I need with me to create studio-quality headshots in your office or anywhere else.


By most definitions, a headshot is simply a close-up photo of an individual that includes the head and shoulders, and part of the torso. Typically it would be shot on a simple background in a vertical orientation and would not extend below the waist, but modern headshots can certainly blur those lines for a variety of reasons. (You'll see examples of those differences below.) A full- or 3/4-length photo is simply a portrait, and for business use it might include more of the subject's surroundings -- office, workplace, etc. -- and be referred to as an "environmental portrait." If you include dynamic activity in the image, often with multiple people interacting, you have a "lifestyle portrait." You can see examples of all of these in my Commercial Portraits gallery.

Headshot sessions for individuals last 20-30 minutes and include digital images.

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Executive headshot of Leo, a manager with the Cintas company. The medium-gray background works well with almost any clothing choice and any skin tone.

Headshots for real-estate professionals. The solid black background behind Sally makes for a dramatic contrast with her white jacket, and gives a lot of versatility for her to use the image on business cards and marketing materials.

Executive headshot: no tie required. George is the CEO of a land development company and wanted a less formal look to reflect the way he dresses most of the time, and to make him look relaxed and approachable. 

Is this a headshot? Technically, no. But Jessica's company wanted a few photos with a more relaxed vibe, so we did some wider portraits in addition to the tighter headshots. The hand on her hip and the tilt of her head give this corporate portrait a friendly, casual feel. 


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