Have you got photographs of your mum? You know …these precious ones, the ones that pull you out of the grey mundane and send you back to great times when you were safe and relaxed in the cosy presence of your mother’s love and care. Have you got the ones that you want to proudly display on the wall so you get reminded that someone unconditionally loves you just as you are?


If you don’t… Let’s create them! Let’s create them for you and for your children! There is no time like now, but the time we have now flies away too fast to miss an opportunity to stop in and keep a piece of it for later…for the rainy days …and for the sunny ones ;)


Your children will crave to have a photograph of you just as you sometimes need to look at your mum’s and feel the warmth of her love and reassurance.


Do not wait.

Be there for your children.

Always.

Forever.

Even if one day you can send your love only trough the power of your photograph.



The common definition of a portrait photograph is: an image of a person or a group of people, with the face (or faces), facial features, and expression as the main focus of attention. You can see a big variety of crops and compositions such as head and shoulders, half body length, or full body. But I feel there is so much more. The main point in portrait photography is the attempt to capture the character, personality and unique attributes of the person in focus. The art is in capturing the human soul.




As I specialise in creating modern woman’s portraiture - to me the goal is always about capturing the woman in a way that emphasises on her most beautiful features and makes you feel like you are able to see part of her inner world. Bringing out a person’s character in front of the camera, without them reverting into a "photo face," is essential for a good portrait photograph. Mastering this skill requires patience, practice and lots of energy and charisma.

I should note that I don't see portrait photograph as a candid shot (caught by accident).in reality its a moment carefully planned and rehearsed. The outfit, the props, the location, the angle of the shot and the pose are all well thought through before the shot.


I see the modern portraiture I create as a creative mix of a classic portrait with the freedom of fashion photography and the beautiful artistic touch of fine art.









A corporate headshot is usually a photo of your face that doesn’t show or reveal anything very specific about you rather than what your face looks like. Being a close up image of your face it is suitable to be used in profile pictures for social media and any other place where the image would appear in a very small size. In this case the headshot usually serves as a reference between your name and your face, so people would recognise you and know who they should expect to meet and work with.


The fact that your headshot photograph might be the first image of yourself people see on your social media and correspondence (think profile photo) makes it very important. In this case the quality of your headshot creates the very first impression of the level of your business. So if you want to give the impression of a successful professional – investing in great quality headshots is one of the first steps to make.

Personal branding portrait is one (or more likely several) photographs that are not limited to your face and will give much better impression of who you are, your attitude, personality, style and what you actually do.

With this photographs the feeling of your personal brand (and what it stands for) is being translated to your audience into something visual. This easily brings an atmosphere of trust connection.

The personal branding portraits can be done at your place of business or any place that reflects your brand. Minimalist style photographs of you and your team are very popular now and can also be a great option (addition) to your marketing.


It often happens that you might have no idea how you want to look or how you want your brand to look. This is not a problem at all. I can help you figure it out. I believe everyone knows how they want to look like, they just have trouble describing or visualising it. We’ll go through a series of easy questions to clarify and streamline your personal branding look, style and visual message for your photo shoot. Whatever your portrait struggle is - I am here to help. Always feel free to email me your questions and wonderings about your portrait and photo presentation. :)