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Mary Ellen, Girls Who Code, “Headshots”

I really enjoy personal branding sessions … gone are the days of a “headshot” being a photo shoot of the same pose for everyone no matter what your background, experience or profession. Now your photo should represent you at your best as your best. Mary Ellen came to me for a few photos to use…

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Yoga In The City

When you think of yoga, you may think of calm, serenity, mediation, peace … not the crazy hustle bustle of NYC especially in Flatiron with people going about their daily lives rushing around to get to their next meeting or date. But when Joyce from Yoga Shanti NYC asked me to do a photo shoot…

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London Designer Lisa Redman’s Accessories Shoot

I love London … I love NYC … but London has some incredible designers and creatives. Lisa Redman is no exception. Her beautiful and elegant designs are all hand made and with great care and attention. Lisa Redman studied textiles at Chelsea College of Art and Design. Upon graduating, she worked for CBE awarded British…

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Branding Photos for Luis Ortiz & Ronita Kalra Douglas Elliman Team

When Ronita contacted me to get photos of her team, during our consultation, we discussed location, clothes, look and feel, and where the photos will be used as it all makes a difference. Being realtors in NYC, we decided to take photos outside with Manhattan views and then photos with studio lights indoors. It was…

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Corporate Head Shots Don’t Have to be Boring

While I was in London, I was booked by a Web Ad companies Reporo and Mobads to take head shots for all their staff members. They wanted to have consistent style photos in black and white but they were clear that they didn’t want any one to be too serious and wanted the photo to…

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