company head shots

Creative Commercial Company Head Shots

Creative Commercial Company Head Shots

Creative Commercial Company Head Shots

I've just finished editing a quick commercial company head shot shoot which I photographed in London last week between board meetings. 

I didn't have long with each subject but we managed to do a quite a few different group shots as well as a load of different head shots / profile portraits for each board member in colour and in black & white. I like the challenge of working quickly with people who aren't used to having their photo taken. 

If you're looking for any company profile shots / commercial & business staff head shots / corporate profile shots, please do give me a shout as I'd love to hear from you.

Head Shot Profile Photography - The end result.

Professional Profile Head Shots

Professional Profile Head Shots

It's always nice to see how your work ends up being used and i'm very pleased to share this with you.

So this is the end result of a head shot / profile shoot that I did with the lovely Hayley Lawes (who I met back in 2010 when I shot her wedding). She wanted something simple that could be used in a few different ways, so I suggested a few different set ups and a change of clothes to get the most out of the portrait shoot. And I'm so pleased with how it turned out. I didn't think the website would be as image heavy as it is and I think it looks great.

Hayley is so professional and great at what she does and I love how her coaching site really shows her off as she is really selling herself. 

So if you are looking for a professional coach as a business or an individual, please do check out her website and give her a call to see how she can help you.

Portrait of a Brighton Photography Legend

Tony Tree - Brighton Argus Photographer

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It's always a pleasure to taking a photographers portrait and usually a bit daunting. However on this occasion it was an absolute joy.

I had to take a portrait of legendary Brighton photographer Tony Tree (which you can see in this months Viva Brighton magazine), who has worked with the likes of David Bailey and Helmut Newton. He also spent 20 years as a photographer for The Brighton Argus during the 70s, 80s and 90s when press photography was a very different beast to what it is today.

Tony was a joy to photography and to chat to about all things photographic and hear some stories of the past. He was so accommodating and I wanted to capture some of that kindness in the portrait. I also took inspiration for this portrait from one of my favourite photographers the wonderful Jane Bown. Who worked for the Observer for many many years and worked with minimal equipment and always shot on an old black and white film camera. This portrait wasn't shot on film, but I was thinking of her during the shoot.

So thanks so much Tony and Jane.