Headshot Happy Hour.

You’ve been putting it off, haven’t you. It’s been a couple years (more like several) since you last updated your headshot. Maybe you think your current party pic still works (let’s hope not). Or maybe you don’t think you look much different. Whatever the case may be, I am here to tell you that having an updated, professional headshot makes a difference. 

As William Arruda from Forbes puts it: “Invest in a professional headshot. It’s not that expensive, especially when you consider that LinkedIn’s audience is approaching a billion. Remember, your headshot is part of your first impression.” *

In my opinion, here are three great options for you to consider:  

(A) Sign up your entire team, company or a bunch of friends for a Headshot Happy Hour. You simply supply the snacks and drinks, and I’ll be there with my camera.  They are a ton of fun.

Offices have hosted Headshot Happy Hour Sessions and they have shown to be a great team building event. And in the end, your company has updated headshots of employees that are ready to post.

(B) Schedule a Headshot Photo Session (without the Happy Hour). Another great excuse to bring coworkers together to experience what you’ve all put off for too long. It’s a fun and efficient.

(C) If you’re the type that doesn’t want to share the camera and would rather do this on your own, schedule an easy 30-minute session with me.

Just take a look at these fine people that are already out and about, putting their best face forward.

So what are you waiting for?  Sign up your team, company or a group of friends for a Headshot session with our without the Happy Hour!

Hope to see you and your smiling face soon. 


Kerry Carty Photography

*William Arruda, (2019, Feb) Forbes “The Best LinkedIn Headshots And How To Create Yours”https://www.forbes.com/sites/williamarruda/2018/09/05/the-best-linkedin-headshots-and-how-to-create-yours/#7985e0756d2f

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