Take the time to let Amy capture you in the light so you can put your best face forward in the impactful world of internet communication. Use your headshot to build visibility of your brand and connect with potential clients and networks through professional and social media sites, such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, your Blog avatar, forum and account profiles. From the signature of your email to your online profile shot, a professionally taken headshot shows people you care about the details and your personal appearance, direct reflections of how you handle your business.​

WHY do you need a headshot?

Whether you’re a corporate executive, small business person or aspiring musician, your headshot is your brand. As one of your primary marketing tools, this brand get you noticed and gets you work by connecting people to your brand through an image of your that reveals your personality and coveys your approachability, friendliness, and professionalism. You only get one chance to make a first impression. Why not make one that people will remember?

WHAT is a great headshot?

A great headshot isn’t just a photography take with expensive equipment; it relies instead on a combination of the lighting, poses, expressions and compositions that brings out your personality  naturally. A great photographer, like Amy May Laskye, can spot it, capture it and ensure it comes through in the final product. To look natural, you need to feel comfortable. Only you can bring your personality to the shoot. Throughout your session, Amy knows how to help you relax, positions you towards the camera in genuine form, and most importantly what to say to evoke those warm, spontaneous expressions that make your personality shine in your image.

HOW do I prepare for my headshot session?

The camera pulls out what you’re feeling, so come prepared feeling your best. Get plenty of sleep the night before, eat light and healthy the day of the shoot, and, gentleman, don’t forget to shave.  Consider  hiring a professional make-up artist or hairstylist, but don’t switch up your normal hygiene regime just before the shoot as new skin cleansing or hair care products could bring about unexpected results.

WHAT do I wear?

Keep your style simple. Medium to dark colors are generally more flattering that lighter colors. Avoid all-white and busy patterns that distract fromyour face. As implied in its’ name, a headshot consists of your head and upper shoulders, so choose something that falls well on your collarbone and flatters your neckline. Most importantly, remember to relax and bring your smile.