Posts Tagged ‘portrait’

Headshots are the business card of the digital age, and an important part of your branding. This set of images was created with the London office of global film distributor Park Circus. Owing to inclement weather (ironic given that we had an unprecedented day of full, glorious sunshine when photographing the Glasgow team!), we shot a mixture of indoor images at the company’s modern Soho office, and a (covered) outdoor space at nearby Kingly Court. In spite of the unscheduled downpour, we were able to create these elegant, cinematic portraits to represent the team and the creative industry in which they work.

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Headshots don’t have to be boring! Last month I had the opportunity to work with global film distributor Park Circus, updating the staff photos for their Glasgow and London offices; and together, we were able to create distinctive, professional portraits that were as creative as the team themselves.

Your image is the first thing visitors to a website or LinkedIn profile will see, so if you’re looking to invest in a great portrait for your online presence, get in touch!

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Portrait session with LA photographer Matthew Hacker on his recent trip to the UK. Matt and I met on Flickr years ago; where you can also check out more of his work.

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When you refloor your house to match your #aesthetic. (But seriously I’m in love with flooring. 😍)

Touch wood, all of my grey hairs are – at this stage – intentional!

Rediscovered this beautiful bracelet from Kiel James Patrick. ⚓

I initially left it to rot in hell after a slew of morons at Fed-Ex failed – not once, but twice – to check their mail for the cheque I’d sent to cover the customs charges and threatened me with litigation. 🙃

My photo of Tom Harlow on the cover of this month’s issue of Scene Alba Magazine.

Commissioned portrait of the very talented Scottish artist Maureen Rocksmoore for a publication in Italy. Her studio is housed inside the beautiful Briggait building in Glasgow’s Merchant City, which made the perfect backdrop to this photo.

At work in the Wasps Artists’ Studios.

You can see more of Maureen’s work – including her dramatic sykscapes – over on her Facebook page and on her official website.

I’ll be taking a temporary leave of absence from WordPress as John and I leave for New York in the morning, but will – I’m sure – have plenty of pictures to share once we get back. For now, however, I’ll quote Ms. Holly Golightly in noting that it’s getting late – I’m leaving tomorrow and I haven’t even begun to pack.