Packages & Rates
You are in need of a very specific shot for an audition, or a character headshot that is missing in your portfolio, or a ‘you’ shot that provides more freedom when submitting, but you don’t want to spend money on a whole headshot session and you need it lightning fast? I have the perfect offer for you: a single look headshot tailored to you and/or your reps’ needs with same day selection and delivery! You let me know what you (or your reps) specifically need either via email or a phone call where we'll work through wardrobe together to make sure we have the perfect outfit and I'll offer you my first next availability. We’ll meet outdoors in Astoria where you’ll show up fully camera ready and I’ll have the perfect spot and background selected for your character that will match their story perfectly. We’ll shoot away for 45 minutes. Then we’ll head over to a coffee shop and select the photo you wish to have edited and retouched together for another 45 minutes. I’ll edit and retouch the image once I’m home and deliver it to you via online link the same day! Lightning speed
A full headshot package (3 looks) with included character development strategy with prep sheet tailored to you and your core spirit with complementary extensive wardrobe assistance, guidance and coaching during the shoot, and 3 included edited and retouched images with 1 revision. Your choice of either outdoors (TriBeCa) or indoors (Astoria - 2 hours, every additional hour: $25/h).
additional look: $70/look
ADDITIONAL EDITED & RETOUCHED PHOTOS: $25/IMAGE
Does your website tell your unique story? Does it reflect who you are in the industry right now, as well as where you want your career to go? Does it make visitors feel like they know you or that they’d like to get to know more? Editorials do exactly this! They help illuminate your story. Additional photos other than ‘just’ your headshots will give you the chance to fully tell your story as an artist and actor and how you’d like to be perceived by industry professionals. You can use these photos throughout the year to fill your socials, add to your IMDb, and to the gallery of your website. I also like to call them ‘mock film stills’ as they look like they were taken from a movie. 2 character looks are included in this package along with character development similar to the headshot session, wardrobe assistance, and 3 hours of shooting outdoors at one designated location that matches and reflects your 2 chosen characters. I often choose places like the Highline, DUMBO, or TriBeCa, because these locations are so versatile and make for many intriguing photos that tell many different stories. You’ll receive a few hundred images with slight editing ready for posting and adding to your website or wherever you’d like to use them.
You want the complete deluxe package that includes everything an actor needs when it comes to photo galleries plus extra perks? I have the perfect offer for you: a combination of ‘The Primary’ and ‘The Editorial’ Packages spread over two days, plus an extra headshot look (4 in total) with an extra included edited and retouched photo (4 in total), PLUS 30% off "The Mini" package for a future date for when you're in need of an extra look! Your maximum value to serve ALL your needs. You get the benefit of having both editorials as an important story-telling tool paired with industry-requested headshots with an extra look for a lesser price than if you took both separately plus extra perks. Having these two packages done at the same time will also give you the benefit of your media having the same vibe throughout your different mediums, which will tell one cohesive story. This is important to show industry folks your brand, professionalism, and personal, unique story, which will give them a great sense of how to cast you and who you are as an actor and artist.
On set capturing both cast and crew doing their work shooting both BTS photography and stills photography. Hundreds of photos, from each angle and with much love and respect. Being a filmmaker myself, I am well aware how to be respectful of the process, not be in the way, and be quiet and as unnoticeable as possible.