Category Archives: Corporate head shots

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Law Student

This law student scored a great internship with a leading non-profit for which she needed headshots.  Though it’s the middle of winter, the weather was gorgeous, so we headed outside for the shoot and caught […]

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Headshots you can eat

As a former corporate attorney myself, I loved how creative these Schwartz Perry & Heller attorneys got with their headshots for the holidays. Headshots:    Headshots you can eat (I’m told they tasted great too):  

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Happy Holidays! You Choose. We Give.

We’re grateful to you for bringing our small business success in 2016. Since you kept us going and growing, will you help us choose with whom to share a portion of our profits? Just respond […]

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Law firm headshots

With good portable lighting and a quality paper backdrop, I was able to achieve remarkable consistency among the headshots of 36 attorneys at a NYC law firm. I`The shoot took approximately a day and half, […]

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One headshot, multiple crops, different uses

Think through your headshot. To convey your work environment or industry, environmental photos work best. Website? Consider look & feel — what fits with the content? Sometimes a single shot can be multi-purposed with cropping […]

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Shooting the cover of Conscious Company Magazine

Conscious Company Magazine used my photos of co-CEOs Charlie Kim and Meghan Messenger of tech company Next Jump  for their recent story “How to Profit By Helping Your Workers Be Their Best Selves,” including this one […]

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Deal Maker of the Week

My client, Elliot Zelinger, put his executive headshot to good use.  Check out his unique space within the tough NYC real estate market, written up this week in Real Estate Weekly.  Also, take note of […]

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Headshot client appointed as new CEO of E*Trade

It’s great to see my clients moving on up the corporate ladder.  Congratulations to Karl Roessner, new CEO of E*Trade Financial.  Here’s the NY Times story (which includes the headshot I took of him). This is […]

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“Candids” of business executives

Those candid shots you see in annual reports and marketing materials? 99.9% of the time they’re posed, and most are simply not believable. It’s a challenge, to be sure — but I have a few […]

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Clear eyes, full heart, can’t lose

Everybody knows Coach Taylor’s motto from “Friday Night Lights,” but in the real world, no organization embodies “clear eyes, full heart, can’t lose” more than my event and headshot client Concerts In Motion. This admirable not-for-profit brings […]

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Personality with a capital P

Corporate headshots don’t have to be somber.  The exuberance of these two clients belied the term “Mad Men” — no wonder their advertising agency is so successful!

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Environmental Shots for Marketing

I also did headshots for this executive coaching firm on Wall Street, but spent the bulk of day’s shoot on photos for online and offline marketing.  Professional, upbeat, relaxed — clearly these people enjoy their […]

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Dapper in NY

When this client showed up for his headshots in his three piece suit and perfectly chosen shirt & tie, I felt downright dowdy.

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On location in Midtown Manhattan

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Actually, the client IS sometimes wrong

This financial services client kept insisting he’s not photogenic.  Given these environmental portraits for promotional and marketing collateral, I beg to differ.  

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