Headshot info

As former actor I understand the delicate balance of having a headshot that you're really happy with and that also truly represents the you that walks into the audition room. My aim is to put you at ease so that your headshot session is something you can enjoy and get the best out of, ensuring you have plenty of options to choose from. I use mainly natural light to create a fresh, contemporary style, working inside and outside. Sessions are held in my home in East Dulwich. 10 mins overland from London Bridge and a 2 min walk from East Dulwich station

In my headshot style, I aim to bridge the gap between the traditional headshot and editorial portrait. I spend time going through the shots from our session, choosing the best selection and carefully editing them for your gallery. Once you have made your choices, I edit and retouch the final images, ensuring that you are happy with the final result. 

Session Prices

Sessions cost £250 and include; 

  • An initial chat at the start of the session to discuss what you're trying to achieve. 
  • Two hours with time for changes and, for men, an option to shave
  • Unlimited shots taken on the day 
  • Natural light is my preferred choice during the session, but I may work with additional lighting if I think it will work well for you. 
  • An edited selection of approx. 60 shots presented in a beautiful online gallery in colour and black and white within 2 days of your session (with email link to send to your agent)
  • A final choice of 6 retouched high resolution jpeg images to keep, sized at 10x8 and print-ready. 

Session examples 

Below you will see some examples from sessions. They will be presented to you in a gallery of at least 60 images presented in both black and white and colour. As the tendency to use colour is becoming more prevalent in headshots, I focus mainly on colour with a few turned into black and white as examples. I understand that some actors and agents still prefer black and white - I take all shots in colour and can then change them into black and white if preferred. I do retouch your final shots to get rid of distracting details, uneven skin tone and any blemishes, but I do prefer to keep images looking like 'you' rather than doing extensive retouching. 

Natural light vs. studio light

I have been using both for a while but I have noticed over the last year that almost all clients choose natural light for their final shots and I also think it's why clients are drawn to my style in the first place. I'm now concentrating on using natural light and augmenting it with additional lights where necessary rather than traditional studio light. 

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