FAQs


Any Advice on My Nerves?

The entire experience will be all about comfort with a little pinch of excitement. I can understand you may be nervous, but fear not, I shan't put you in any awkward and peculiar poses, I offer a completely relaxed and candid style. Trust me, you'll end up having great fun. Nerves are natural, and they'll pass as time ticks by.

What Shall I Wear?

Clothing is really important. You want to look like you, but clothes can really help give a nod to character. So if you feel like you should be cast in the next Downton Abbey movie, try and bring along a top that might hint at that period. It's best to stand out, but you also don't want to look a fool so I would not recommend bringing your finest jester hat from your collection.

Do bring multiple outfits, t-shirts, jeans, dresses, suits etc... but do not bring any with patterns or slogans! We want the focus on you, not SuperDry. Ensure you bring a multitude of necklines, shapes and colours so we can get a nice variety. If you fancy bringing your wardrobe with you, by all means bring it, I'm not helping pull it though.

Can I Change Hair Styles?

Of course it is! It's your hair you do what you want with it so feel free to mix it up, however we will be outside so make sure you bring your windup hair straighteners. Men, if you want to shave part way through then go for it, just don't cut yourself!

What Shall I Do About Makeup?

In terms of make up, it’s always best to have some kind of matte foundation or powder with you, just to eliminate some shine. If you’d wear make up to a casting, then feel free to wear make up for your headshots. But remember that these photos aren’t about looking glamorous, they’re about YOU. So you don’t need to go overboard with lots of make up. Don’t worry, I’ll do some light editing to get rid of any blemishes, but these photos need to represent the real you - so just bring your fabulous face, and that will be fine!