London’s premier headshot photographer for actors, dancers, presenters and singers.
Your acting headshot is one of the most important tools you have as a professional actor. I work with you to get the right image that captures what’s unique about you. I have often known talented artists miss the critical opportunities that they deserved because of a poor 10 x 8. Your headshot is your calling card and is what casting directors and producers see first. A strong head shot will help you get your foot in the door. One of the most important aspects of your portrait is that it must look like you.
The biggest mistake many actors make is going to a photographer that will over-glamorize or misrepresent them. If you do not send out a photograph that faithfully represents you (on your best day of course), your agent and casting directors will be misled and ultimately frustrated. From my London studio I work with both studio and natural light to achieve the most flattering photo that conveys your personality and spontaneity in an environment that is fun and relaxing.
I only work with three clients per day, so my photo sessions are never rushed. I’m not a headshot factory. I know there’s nothing worse than feeling like a number at the end of a conveyor belt. Since all of my sessions include up to three hours, we are able to shoot a number of different looks to get the best casting headshot you deserve.
When we begin, I want our environment to feel as if you are at your friend’s apartment having a good conversation. I want your headshot to convey a laid back and relaxed look. My approach does not limit you to a “one look fits all” mentality. Everyone is different and the resulting combination of these elements is a major player in your final images.
Take a peek at my actors headshot portfolio or my model portfolio and the wonderful testimonials from leading actors such as Ken Stott, Paul Nicholas, and Hayley Atwell about my photographic work. You can also check or my new Blog which includes interviews with leading actors, agents, directors and casting directors. Plus join me on Facebook or Twitter if ya fancy a tweet.