Model Portfolios

The purpose of a portfolio is to keep your photographs neat and organized, to tell your individual (story) and to give clients a sense of your best features and personality. Your portfolio may open with a headshot and contain up to 10 quality photos.

Head Shots

Head shots are usually more artistic, intended to portray the subject in the best possible light. Head shots should express different poses and expressions to give a potential employer an idea of the subject's range of appearances or expressions.

Comp cards

The comp card should feature no more than 5-6 pictures that capture your strongest looks and that show your versatility as a model. For television commercials, you will need headshots (most often in black and white) to send to casting directors.


Corporate Photographic services we provide include corporate portraits of key staff, company seminars, and meetings. These images are often used on the company premises, corporate web-sites, trade press releases, newsletters and reports.


Boudoir photography is typically suggestive, romantic, and is often shot with the model nude, semi nude or with implied nudity. Boudoir Photography is almost always done in the studio with a bedroom setting using tasteful and classy props to enhance the feeling of romance and richness.


Models are expected to be sexy and communicate sensually with their body language and expressions Make-up, hair and styling is often dramatic. Glamour models bare lots of skin and are generally styled in sexy bathing suits, lingerie and accessories like heels, jewelry or furs.


We take time to get to know you, the bride, and we take infinite care in capturing those precious intimate moments leading up to your wedding. We know how important it is to capture the essence, the mood and feel of this special day for you.


Photography that captures the likeness of a person or a small group of people (a group portrait), in which the face and expression is predominant.The objective is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the subject. The focus of the photograph is the person's face, although the entire body and the background may be included. A portrait is generally not a snapshot, but a composed image of a person in a still position. A portrait often shows a person looking directly at the camera.