HEY THERE, GOOD LOOKING.
YOU LOOK VERY NICE TODAY.
I THINK I’D LIKE TO SHOOT YOU NOW.
MY, WHAT PRETTY EYES YOU HAVE.
HOW ‘BOUT A SHOT? HOW ‘BOUT 600?
We’ll take headshots right in your living room or we can take it to the streets.
Images are processed in-house, so they can be tweaked to look exactly how you want.
Quick and perfect- expect great photos, and expect them fast.
Your top fifty unretouched photos are uploaded to a private album on the web. Share with your friends, download as many as you like.
Go through as many looks as you like – I’m happy to shoot for as long as you want. I’ll happily retouch your favorite photo, and I recommend you get a few extra after that – you just went through all those looks, remember?
Immediately after the shoot, I’ll upload your top fifty shots to the web. After you choose your favorites, I’ll have them retouched within 24 hours.
“I had the best experience with Sam. I felt comfortable and well taken care of the whole time. . . I also felt like I got way more than I paid for – so affordable, which is generally non-existent in the city.”
Working with Sam was a tremendous positive experience! He is an artist as well as a technichian and it shows in my headshots – which look like the best me and always get me great feedback.
“Sam’s photography captures beauty and intrigue in the most mundane things. And he’s a blast to shoot with!”
The only person I go to for headshots. The best experience and the best photos, by far.
Attention to detail meets years of experience .
Born in Portland, OR, Sam trained at The School of Oregon Ballet Theatre from the age of eight to eighteen – all the time using his mom’s 1983 Pentax Model P30 camera. He was accepted into The Juilliard School in 2006 where he trained for two years (having upgraded to a Canon Rebel xTi) before being cast in the 2009 Broadway Revival of West Side Story and finally upgrading to a Canon 60D and some sweet lenses. He now lives and works in Chicago, IL, frequently performing with theatres around the city. Sam relies on natural light and comfortable settings for his subjects, preferring living rooms and side streets to studio settings.
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A good photograph is knowing where to stand.