About My

Profile Pictures

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Documentary

Most of the images I take are candid, recording events as they unfold, allowing you to get on and enjoy your big day.

80%


Staged

I stage certain images such as groups and couple portraits as they will not happen by themselves. They account for a small %.

20%


Informal

Even with staged photographs, I tend to keep things quite informal. Tidy and neat, yes. But still very much informal.

100%


Engaged

I engage with you and your guests to shoot from the perspective of an insider, rather than that of a passive bystander.

70%

Be the best version of yourself

First impressions count, stack the odds in your favour.

With much of our professional and personal lives in the digital space, it’s never been so important to have a great profile picture. Once the preserve of actors, profile pictures are now used by everyone.

At work, increased home working using collaboration tools such as Skype for Business mean your profile picture is often your primary means of creating the right physical impression. On networking sites such as LinkedIn, recruiters are often looking for new talent and so a professional profile picture can help you stand out from the crowd.

In our personal lives, dating has changed forever with dating apps such as Tinder and Plenty of Fish. Whilst your personality is important, potential dates will swipe right or left based on your profile pictures. A phone snapped selfie can turn a solid 8 into a weak 6. Give yourself the best possibility of finding your equal match with a professional profile picture.

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