Model and Talent Portfolio Photography
Are you starting out as a new model or an existing model and looking for a model portfolio photographer to shoot your model portfolio / model book or an artist, musician, actor / actress or dancer looking for a professional talent portfolio?
If the answer to this is yes then I am the photographer for you! Are you a model agent looking for a fashion photographer to shoot their new faces in development? If this is a yes then I am the photographer for you! A portfolio is the most important tool a model needs to get professional work. It is ultimately your modeling CV and will advertise your skills and abilities in front of the camera. Without a model portfolio it is almost impossible to be put forward for castings, as agencies will need to know that you have the confidence and natural ability in front of the camera before finding you paid work.
A model portfolio is expected to be a collection of professional images and a bespoke portfolio saying something about you, and as a professional photographer I recognize the need to show different attitudes and versatility within a portfolio shoot, I can offer location shoots and studio sessions to cover all needs and differing aspects of modeling i.e - beauty models, fashion models, catalogue models - close ups to name but a few. Listening to each individual’s goals and tastes and tailoring the experience accordingly, from full time models to those taking part in their very first photoshoot. Therefore I would request a pre-shoot consultation and recommend that you show examples from magazines etc if you have a specific look you wish to achieve.
Please enjoy this gallery selection and if there are any images you would like to purchase as a print or canvas then simply get in touch via the contact page.
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None of the images can be used without written permission from Chris.
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