Classic portrait re-defined

A few years back I started to expand on location studio and portrait photography to businesses and my corporate clients which turned into a great success followed by another passion of mine. This resulted in the development of the new idea for re-define the modern so called head-shot portrait which I call the corporate classic portrait. I never never seemed to liked the overly used somewhat negative term head-shot. With my modern classic portrait you get a little more in addition to your typical head-shot as we explore the casual body pose in a fun and natural environment.

To elevate the classic portrait I use very rare posing chairs such as the warm hued bentwood chair from Sbisa Dining Hall at A&M College in 1912 which were burned by staff with the exception of few. I pair this history with the modern lighting technology and my creative approach to deliver a set of stunning and identity defining portraits.

Studio 6 branding corporate classic, Headshots, In Studio, On-Location Studio