London Headshot Photography

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I loved this London headshot photography session so much for a very special reason. It was my first shoot back after the latest lockdown. I was so happy to be back working again and I’m delighted to share some of the images with you.

I met up with Sarah on the very first day I was allowed to be out photographing again – 29 March. It was so exciting and I couldn’t wait to get back to doing the job I enjoy so much. It was a pretty cool shoot too!

London Headshot Photography in Parsons Green

Sarah was in the process of renovating a shop on The New Kings Road in Parsons Green. It’s going to be called ANIMA and will be a wellness space inspired by motherhood.  It sounds absolutely fantastic and I can’t wait for it to be open.

The aim was to take some headshot photos of Sarah that she could use for her business. But we actually started the session with some photos of her with her very cute son Raphael. What a bonus for me – he was so sweet and we got several gorgeous shots of mum and son together. Then it was time to concentrate on Sarah.

Headshots with red brick walls and blossom!

I always say that you can find great backgrounds on pretty much every street in London. And sure enough, on the side street next to the shop was a fabulous road with lovely red brick walls and beautiful blossom trees. They both provided wonderful backdrops for Sarah’s headshot images, as you can see below.

Sarah was so much fun to photograph and I couldn’t have asked for a better first shoot back after lockdown. I wish Sarah the best of luck with the renovations and look forward to seeing ANIMA when it’s finished.

If you need some new headshots for your business, please do get in touch. I’d love to meet you and create some unique images for you. Details of my London Headshot Photography can be found here London Headshot Photographer

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