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Young designer look book

As the summer is nearing its end we’ve been welcoming more and more design school students to help them create their fashion look books… Samantha was looking to get a series of clean contrast studio shots for a look book…
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Taya De La Cruz

They say a photographer is meant to create something better than that which he or she is taking pictures of. When it’s actress, Taya De La Cruz, it’s hard to improve on real life. Taya, who amongst other things is…
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Livestation PR shoot

Shooting start up companies is always a joy for us – there is more freedom and ‘space’ available for creative experiments on the styles for both parties involved in the shoot – behind and in front of the camera. Lippe…
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Bidvest editorial shoot at Selfridges

Our relationship with client- Bidvest, a UK national supplier of fresh fish, seafood, meat and dairy products, is gradually evolving. Having shot a series of corporate headshots for their Marketing manager, who was recently named ‘Best employee of the year’,…
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Falcon Private Wealth Bank editorial shoot

A long term client of Headshot London, Falcon Private Bank – a Swiss wealth management company with presence in 5 continents, needed a few editorial and environmental shots of their key player, based in London Headquarter office in Knightsbridge. Kevin, depicted…
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LinkedIn Portrait – August Special Offer

Take advantage of the Headshot London’s 20 minute summer special offer! We will be offering a series of shoots, specialising in Linkedin portraits. The  promotion for our 20 minute sessions are ideal for those with little availability during normal business…
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Studio Modern Filmic Shoot

We had the pleasure to shoot this weekend with our good friend, Giles Williamson, owner of Studio Modern – iconic furniture buyer. He needed a series of pictures for a PR editorial piece but wanted it to look as dramatic as his furniture.…