A headshot is so much more than just a close up picture of you smiling. It’s the initial glimpse someone has into your personality as their next hire or lead in their upcoming production, and it could mean the difference between a left and right swipe. Don’t let it be bland.
I’ll work with you to determine your best body language, expression, and angles with the optimal lighting and background, so that you make a killer first impression
"The best part about working with Mike is the genuine connection and understanding to what the customer wants/needs in the photos. He is also full of ideas as well as positions to get the best shot. He is open to real time feedback and makes adjustments as needed to improve the overall customer experience. If I were to recommend Mike to family or friends, I would say to go for it, because he is detailed, experienced, and affordable. The quality he produces is commercial and high end. You would have a great experience and also feel confident in your images. Great Job Mike!"
Did you hate school picture day as much as I did? Sit, pose, smile, and that’s it. How cookie-cutter! We’ll work together to determine your best body language and expression with the optimal lighting and location to communicate your goal. You’ll get a proofing gallery to select your top images, and from there I’ll do all the touch-up work.
Pricing starts with a 45 minute session and 3 full resolution, professionally edited images.
Starting from $249
Your headshot should say something about what you, uniquely, have to offer. Whether it’s your winning smile, a posture that inspires trust, or lighting that connects your photo to your brand, I’ll bring your personality to the foreground.
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