Getting your headshots shouldn't be a chore.  It should be a relaxing - if not fun - experience.  Where (for a couple of stress free hours anyway) the world revolves around you.  And how you look.  And what you want.  And whether or not you're having a good hair day.  How often does that happen?


[not ur typical] SESSION

I don't really have a standard approach - it differs from person to person, depending on what he/she is looking for (or what his/her agent is looking for).  We may spend the entire time in-studio.  Or spend the entire time on location.  Or do a little of both.  We might get everything in one afternoon, or spread it over two days.  We may cater to a casting director's request.  Or only pretend to (and still get a really cool shot).

No matter what, though - we'll start with a consultation (or two) to get to know each other before the session.  And in the end, you'll walk away with a bundle of retouched headshots - chosen from several hundred proofs.

In between?  Lots of snaps (lots).  Wardrobe changes.  Music.  And hopefully more than a few giggles.


[choose ur] BACKDROP

In addition to standard white, grey, or black, you'll be able to choose studio backgrounds that suit your personality or specific audition.  Solid colors include various shades of blue, green, yellow, red, pink, and orange.  Or you can opt for a more industrial or "location" look.


[oh] CATS

You may only see one of them - but I have two very sweet Calicos in my studio (one friendly, one skittish).  So just let me know ahead of time if you're allergic to felines.  I can book a friend's [non-furry] studio instead.


[I'd do it all for free] BUT

my accountant won't let me.  So I have to charge.  I promise it won't hurt.  I can also hook you up with an affordable (and very good) hair and make-up person, who will work within your budget.

To book an appointment, http://angiesperanza.com/pricing .