Every picture tells a story.
Today many of our first interactions with the decision-makers we need to influence are online, which means that your headshots play a major role in creating others’ first impressions of you.
Scanning through LinkedIn, you’ll see a host of bad photos people use in place of a headshot: bathroom selfies or snapshots with people cropped out of the frame. Sometimes the person is so tiny you can’t even see them. Photographs like these don’t communicate the strength of character, drive, and commitment needed to advance your career. Instead, they display carelessness, lack of professionalism, and low self-esteem.
It’s not your job to look good in photographs. It’s my job to make you look good.
I’ll help you make a great first impression on the decision-makers you need to influence to follow your dreams and increase your success.
Authentic expressions of confidence and approachability are the hallmark of my work. I’ll guide you through your session and coach you in expressing your true character and personality.
I make the time to get to know you as an individual, find out where you are in your career and where you want to go. Together we create a presentation that shares your personality and style. Helping you make a great first impression and opening the door to exciting new opportunities.
You shouldn't have to settle for bad headshots.
I lead a team of talented and experienced specialists dedicated to helping you look good:
We're here to help you get great headshots that will create the first impression you want and need to make a difference in your career. I will lead you through the process from start to finish with patience, compassion and good humor.
The relaxed atmosphere of my studio will help you unwind while I coach you through your headshot session. My team and I treat our customers with compassion while giving you the best headshots you’ve ever had, along with the dignified experience you deserve.
Want to learn more?
Review the Executive Headshot Success Guide to learn everything you need to know to make good decisions about your headshots.
Dean describes his theories and preferences for headshot backgrounds.