great shots are created before they're even captured

Jeremy Ang Jones

Being a working actor for nearly a decade, I've had experience being on both sides of the camera. There's a lot of stress and anxiety that comes with finding the right shot for you. That's why I strive to make the shoot and selection process as stress-free as possible!
We'll be collaborating and working together from the moment we meet until the moment you receive your edits.

My aim as a photographer is to work with you to find that perfect middle of a true and honest shot of you, but at your best.


What outfits do I bring?

For headshot shoots : 2/3 simple tops with different necklines and colours, 2/3 layers to mix and match like jackets, cardigans and shirts, 1 more adventurous or interesting top.
For portfolio shoots : Same as above +1 to each, think about what you need from the shoot - if you're trying to show your personality, then more clothes that are you on your best day, if you're shooting for a modelling portfolio then let's get crazy, bring more adventurous outfits. The more options the better.
*My studio isn't the biggest so we'll be shooting more mid shots than full shots, but feel free to bring some lower half options just to add to the outfit for sure.

How should I wear my hair and make-up?

I'd stay start natural and we will have time to add more if we need to. Especially for Headshots we want to capture how you look on the daily but obviously at your best. Then as we go on we can get more adventurous.

Is there anything else I need to bring?

The studio is currently a home studio so I have a steamer, hair dryer, bathroom facilities and kitchen with a working kettle. So You don't really need to bring anything else.. But do let me know if you have any special requests or needs.