Headshots

Your headshot is one of the most important tools you have as a professional actor. During the twenty years I spent working in Toronto with Talent agencies, I often saw talented artists miss the critical opportunities that they deserved because of a poor headshot. Your headshot is your calling card and is what agents and casting directors see first. A strong headshot will help you get your foot in the door.

One of the most important aspects of your headshot is that it must look like you. Many actors are tempted to choose a photographer who will over glamorize. If you do not send out a headshot that faithfully represents yourself.  The agents and casting directors will be misled and frustrated with wasted time. What I want to achieve with every client is to take the most flattering photo of their personality and spontaneity in an environment that is fun and relaxing.

Adult Session fee $300

Headshot package is 3 or 4 looks, always contain lots of great pictures. Sessions last anywhere from 2 to 3 hours, The shoot is with in my studio and interesting areas in the building.  The turn around for low resolution files are 3 to 4 days

Adult Update Session fee $200

Headshot package is 1 or 2 looks, always contain lots of great selections. Sessions last anywhere from 1 to 2 hours, The shoot is with in my studio

Kids Headshots fee $175

Headshot package is 2 or 3 looks/changes, always contain lots of great selections. Sessions last anywhere from 1 1/2 to 2 hours, The shoot is with in my studio and interesting areas in the building.  We do have specials for multiple children please contact me for prices.

School Headshot Rates

If you’d like me to visit your acting school or University theater program, please call or email me to discuss my school group rates. 

Corporate and Real Estate headshots

If you’d like me to visit your office or schedule a photo shoot in my sudio downtown, please call or email me to discuss my Corporate rates. 


Family and Maternity

Family shoot $175.00

Shoot time is approximately 2 hours.

Be warned: Small children are unpredictable, need lots of breaks and do not like to be bossed around. At least mine didn’t. So that’s how we roll. It’s probably not going to be calm and there will be lots of kid wrangling on your part but if we can keep them happy we will get lots of great shots.

All parents ask me if other kids are this crazy and the answer is … YES.

If you wake up and your kid is not feeling well or the other one gave the first a black eye. Don’t worry. You can reschedule for another day. No extra charge.

If you get to the studio and it’s going to hell in a hand basket, don’t stress. Come back another day.(Doesn’t happen often but just in case you were worried.

Bring snacks, photogenic toys or anything you don’t mind having in your shot.

Bring a few changes of wardrobe.  Keep it simple, similar colour familiesand not too many patterns or logos.