Before she was the Bride, she was a girl looking at wedding magazines, trying on dresses, and getting excited about marrying the man she was made for…right?
Crisp, clean headshots fitting of a confident CEO.
This past week has been full of working on brand videos, and I’m excited to get to share my latest video telling what my company, The Headshot Studio, is all about. I’ll be doing a blog post on The Headshot Studio’s blog digging into the content of the video a little more, but here I just wanted to share a little bit of the behind-the-scenes ideas for the process I use to create these ideas.
I’ve decided to revamp my blog and start telling the stories of the work I’ve been doing over the past couple of years. A lot of what I do never gets shared here, and I’m going to try to fix that.
So, I thought, why not start telling stories by sharing a video I shot of a story from someone else?
When I started The Headshot Studio, I knew the kind of headshots I wanted to do and the kind of clients I wanted to have. Stuffy formal images are not my idea of a good time, and while I understand the necessity of them for some situations, it’s not who I am and not what I want to shoot. I want to tell a story. I want to shoot a true portrait. I want a client who has a story to tell.