I undertake headshots but prefer to create more varied lifestyle location shots that give more of a sense of the subject’s personality. I am based in Brighton, Sussex, but I also photograph in London and the South East of England.

Clients and consumers are looking for authenticity in their business dealings these days. They want to see the real people of the company they are working with. So it’s more important than ever to put across the right image of your staff and your company. After all, the ‘About Us’ section of a website is the second most visited after the homepage.

Consumers are not just choosing your products and services, they are choosing you (and your personnel). And your staff portraits or headshots are digital ambassadors for your brand.

I create dynamic corporate portraits when possible. Portraits which give a far greater sense of the personality of the individual and, by extension, the values of the company. A sense of the sitter’s personality is communicated so they come across as trustworthy, competent, authoritative and approachable. Reflecting the attributes you wish to communicate about your company.

I’m also keen to get my subjects outside. As a Brighton based professional photographer, I know where to find impactful backdrops, whether inspiring architecture or simply a brick wall, some stair railings or an archway which frames the subject.

For some of my larger corporate clients, I undertake regular refresher headshot photoshoots for new team members, sometimes conducting several shoots a year, so that their websites are always up to date. And I can do the same for you.

If you require professional yet approachable, friendly, natural and flattering portraits for your business I would love to hear from you.

To book a corporate headshot session, or for further details and for information of what is included in our session fee, please contact me on Hannah on (0)7976 846 810, or email hello@hannahjudah.com

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