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Your business portrait is your introduction and first impression for a lot of opportunities. Whether it's a new job, landing a big contract, being invited to an audition, or simply connecting with people on social media, or meeting someone through online dating. And while most headshots are primarily a head-and-shoulders image, there's always the approach of a branding portrait which highlights a little more beyond the traditional business portrait.

The most aggravating part of getting your picture taken that'll be used in a to represent you is not really knowing how you look in the picture. Sure, you’ve may have had one done before and looked at the back of the photographer’s camera to see the image on that little screen.

I remove this unknown element out of the process. To really ensure you like what we're capturing, you have to see them on a bigger screen and compare them side by side.

First of all, this won't be a stand in one spot and I take a dozen images and send you on your way only to see them for the first time when they're delivered. We'll be working in multiple outfits, lighting, backgrounds, and poses in the one-hour session. You'll actually get to see the images as they are being captured. And if there are issues with hair, wardrobe, etc., those can be addressed before moving onto the next setup.

These types of portraits let people know you’ve already went the extra mile to make a positive impression. As your photographer, I also go the extra mile to allow your personality to shine through and for you to be an actual participant in the creative process.


  • Rather than using the shot you really liked from a decade ago when you were younger, have a headshot that shows what you look like now.
  • Update your headshots when your appearance changes. If you’ve lost a lot of weight or have had cosmetic and/or dental work done to improve your look, it's time for a new business portrait.
  • The average shelf life of a headshot is about every two years.
  • Before your headshot session, let's discuss your preference for color background, so I can have the correct backdrops available. Many photographers use white, black or grey backdrops because those tones provide a neutral, clean background and won't fall into the "trendy" color range. Do you remember blue real estate backgrounds?
  • Rather than wearing a plain black or white jacket, opt for a jacket or top with a little color.


  • Consultation and collaboration
  • Complete the contract
  • The one-hour session takes place
  • You review and select images from each setup during the session
  • We narrow down your selections and choose your favorite images
  • You receive the two versions of each retouched file (color and black-and-white) two business days after the session


  • Business website
  • Business cards
  • Social media profile pictures
  • Modeling portfolio
  • Acting headshots
  • Online dating profile

If you’re ready for a new headshot that's professional, shows some personality and uniqueness, CONTACT ME NOW and we can work together to determine the best way to reach that goal. You can also schedule a time that works best for you to chat over a quick phone call to answer any questions you may have.

Business portrait and branding sessions start at $350 which includes the initial consultation, planning, wardrobe assistance, the photography session, and one image file.

If you're looking for an In-N-Out business portrait, those are offered for $125 and are designed for those people who simply need to update their current photo and don't have a lot of time for the collaboration and branding strategy.