I’ve been on the other side of that camera. I know how stressful it is to get new headshots.
What if my smile is weird? What if I don’t like any of the shots? What if I picked the wrong photographer?
It’s my job to make those fears go away… or at least, to minimize them as much as possible. (I know you, you overthinking actor you. Some of those fears will never completely go away.)
I want you to be super comfortable; from the moment you peruse this site and find all your questions answered before you ask them, to the first time you hand out one of your newly printed shots with a rush of confidence and pride.
Since I’ve experienced headshots from every angle, I know all the different needs they’ve got to address:
- As an actor, I’ve gone through all those head-trippy fears myself. As a result, I’ve put together the best pre-session process you’ll find anywhere to make sure we both show up to the shoot perfectly confident and ready to do our best.
- As a director and music director, I’ve seen hundreds of headshot submissions and know which ones grab the attention and which ones fall flat. A headshot is so much more than just a pretty picture of you. It’s a moment of your magic caught on paper. It’s a doorway into that something special only you can offer, that perfect you-ness you’ll bring onstage.
- And since I’m a director and I work with actors regularly, I know how to coach actors of all types and get them to open up and reveal their true self.