I capture personalised images that highlight your unique features, expressions and personality. Whether you need headshots for your acting portfolio on Spotlight or to enhance your online presence, I’m here to help.
I’m available on weekdays from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm. My studio is centrally located near Old Street and Angel tube stations in Zone 1, and free parking is available. I can also arrange weekend photoshoots upon request.
The rate for a regular headshots session is £250.00. It covers the photoshoot and includes three retouched, high-resolution, colour headshots in digital format. To secure your booking, a non-refundable deposit of £50.00 is required before the shoot. If you wish to add more images to your final selection, each additional image is £25.00. If you would like your final images to be professionally printed the easiest way is to upload them to Visualeyes.
For cancelations made less than 24 hours before the scheduled session, there is a cancelation fee of £50.00. Please note that you can reschedule the session only twice.
The session lasts approximately 1.5 hours, I shoot both with flash and natural light. We’ll work on two specific looks: casual and smart casual and an optional professional make up artist is available. I offer an instant preview of the pictures to help you achieve the best results. You’re welcome to bring three of four different outfits for some variety. The session does not include full length shots.
Once your photo session has finished and within 24 hours you’ll receive a private link to choose your favourite photos. Once you’ve made your selection, I’ll retouch them and upload them in High resolution to Dropbox. You can expect the finished photos in about five working days. I only provide retouched images to ensure they look their best.
Please contact me for availability and to find out more.
Having a high-quality set of headshots is essential for actors and plays a crucial role in creating an impressive Spotlight profile. The first impression you create is extremely important because casting directors often decide to explore your profile based on the quality of your primary headshot, which is the first image they see.
BTS thanks to Susan Bradfield