let's make your first impression one to remember

Whether it's on your website or your LinkedIn profile, your professional headshot creates the first impression that clients and colleagues will make of you. You might feel an initial panic when told you need a professional image of yourself, but don't you worry. Portraits with me are relaxed and low-key, and I'll be sure to capture you in a way that is natural and unforced.  

Headshots can take place at your office, outdoors, or together we can plan a different location. There are several studios available for rent in the Youngstown area if you'd like that option instead - also a great option during the colder seasons where we may not want to be outdoors. Professional headshots can be solo, or can also capture full staff arrangements - an awesome thing to include on your company website!

My approach is always to keep this simple, so YOU are the main focus. A clean aesthetic and minimal background, no fuss and no frills.




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Let's make your first impression one to remember

8-10 edited images in an online gallery

1 1/2 hours of Q&A and camera tutorial  AND   
1/2 hour of hands-on shooting and headshot practice




Whether you are a busy mom wishing you knew how to take better photographs of your kids, or a hobbyist photographer looking to take your skills to the next level, coaching sessions are available to anyone and everyone who would like to learn how to shoot in manual mode. We will meet at a local coffee shop for a hands-on guide to learning shutter speed, aperture, and ISO, as well as any features or settings on your DSLR camera you may have questions about. We will then go out and actually practice what we just learned! Because the number one way to learn about your camera is to USE IT! Prior to your coaching session, I will send you a questionnaire to find out what you already know and what you want to spend time focusing on during your session to make the most of our time together. Everyone is in a different place when it comes to what you know and understand, and what part of your camera makes sense and what is a foreign language. Maybe it ALL seems like a foreign language to you - and that's ok. You have to start somewhere, the important thing is that you are willing to learn! I believe in building a community of photographers who can learn from one another and encourage each other!