Award winning headshot photographer and traveller, documenting the beauty of people, culture and the world around us.
People often talk about first impressions… and personally I think we’ve gotten a little screwed up in its meaning.
No-one is looking at you to see your physical flaws – the extra weight, the laughter lines or the endearingly wonky smile you have. They’re not looking at any of that, or for any of that.
They’re looking to see you, the real, honest, authentic you… they want to know what you can bring to a relationship or collaboration, they want to know what you have to offer, and they draw confidence in you from the confidence you have in yourself.
This is what they’re looking for in a first impression. This is what counts. This is what I see when I take your photo. Let’s do it.