Headshot Photography

Basic Package - $100

3 edited, high resolution photos (Full body, mid and headshot, or best 3)

White background

30 minute appointment


Choose which photos you want edited. 

In addition to the 3 edited images, any photos you rate "4+ stars", you will receive an unedited copy.

48 hour turnaround time


Special Background Package - $175

3 edited, high resolution photos (Full body, mid and headshot, or best 3) 

Green Screen

One background of your choice

45 minute appointment


Choose which photos you want edited. 

In addition to the 3 edited images, any photos you rate "4+ stars", you will receive an unedited copy.

72 hour turnaround time

A la carte Items

Additional edited photo - $15


Additional background choice (Green screen package only, applied to all edited photos) - $25

Tips for a Great Session

  1. Smile: People who look happier in photographs are viewed as more trustworthy.  People who smile are also seen as more likable and influential than those that don't.
  2. Choose the right background:  Backgrounds should not be distracting. Your photo should focus on you!  We offer two options. 1) A white background, which makes it easier to "read"  your face when it is reproduced in tiny profile pictures on Gmail, LinkedIn, Zillow, Realtor.com, etc. 2) A "green screen" background. This allows any or background to be inserted, and can cater to your specific branding.
  3. Dress successfully:  Avoid busy patterns or too much jewelry. Solid colors work better with subtle accessories.  Best colors tend to be variations of navy blue, black, or grey.  Use the color of your tie, shirt or jewelry based upon the color of your branding.  Be clear on what image you want to present and what your "audience" will interpret from your photo.
  4. Practice makes perfect:  Practice in a mirror before your photoshoot. Try multiple poses, smiles, etc. and decide what you like best. Sometimes it is easier to "see" the full effect if you get a family member to take a few informal shots on their phone so you can view and choose which poses you like best.
  5. Tilt that chin: Tilting your chin and pushing your face forward makes you more photogenic and gets rid of the "double chin" look.
  6. Eyes:  It's okay if your eyes are squinted a little. In fact it looks more natural than forcing your eyes wide open during photos.
  7. Think about body language: Crossing your arms across your chest closes you off and says "don't approach" to those viewing your headshot. Try to relax. Sit or stand straight, but a stiff posture will come through the lens. Think "open and inviting".  Your photographer will work with you on this throughout the shoot, however it's good to practice beforehand.
  8. Angle one shoulder just slightly away from the camera. This slims your frame and creates more depth.
  9. Converse with your photographer. Keep talking and have fun. This will help keep you relaxed and your movements natural instead of forced.