For most of the last ten years, I’ve only offered 2+ hour long headshot sessions at my studio in Minneapolis.
After doing several of quick sessions for friends, I’ve realized that not everyone needs a longer headshot session. I’m now offering mini headshot sessions to everyone.
I’m always surprised when I see people who are still using bad snapshots as their LinkedIn profile photo, especially because it’s so easy to get a better photo.
My mini headshot sessions usually last under an hour and are most often best for business headshots and profile pics. That said, it can also be a good way for actors to get a quick update between their regular headshot sessions.
Here are some headshots that came out of a mini session.
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Before I started doing headshots in 2006, I was primarily photographing live theater around Minneapolis. I did a lot of that, which eventually lead to meeting actors who needed a new headshot or promo photos for their plays.
I got busy enough at my studio that I eventually had to choose to continue shooting live theater or focus on headshots. I chose the latter and am proud that I’ve maintained the same photo studio in Northeast Minneapolis for 10+ years.
Just last week I had the opportunity to photograph a lovely new play (Roller Derby Queen) over at the Gremlin Theatre in St. Paul. To my great surprise, I had two photos above the fold on the cover of the Pioneer Press weekend section.
I didn’t get a physical copy, but a friend sent this photo to me that I wanted to share.
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Hello! After over 10 years in Minneapolis doing headshots, I decided to start this blog as a way to share helpful info.
I’ll post every week or two and have a list of posts ready to go, but if you have an idea for something you’d like to read more about, let me know.
Have a question or want to book a headshot session? Get in touch.
I’m a headshot photographer based in Northeast Minneapolis, MN. My studio work focuses on headshots and portraits for print, LinkedIn and social media, but I also love travel and documentary photography. You can view my personal photography work here.
I feel so lucky to have a studio in the Casket Arts Building, located in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. It features 1,200 square feet of comfortable shooting, work, and lounge space. The whole building has great lobbies and textures for lots of headshot options.
Here are some photos: