A business headshot sets you apart from your competition. Your image is what visitors to your website or LinkedIn profile look at first and longest. So it makes sense to invest in a great portrait for your online presence.
Whether you come to one of our studios or we come to your location we can shoot a corporate headshot that represents who you are.
If you want a more creative look, go for an environmental portrait. We can shoot in your office, through the window or at a location of your choice. Give us a call to discuss options.
You wedding will be an amazing day and your photographer plays a big part in making sure you remember each moment. We combine our skill as portrait photographers and our documentary style to capture the important moments in the best light.
We’re fun and easy to get along with so you’ll love having us be a part of your day.
Your family grows and changes so quickly, but a beautiful family portrait will last a lifetime. We can shoot indoors or outdoors in all seasons and love to photograph on the beach, in the woods, a local park or even your backyard.
Our focus is capturing a perfect moment for your family in a stunning setting with the very best light.
We love to shoot editorial portraits for publication nationally and internationally. Our work has been published on line and in print in Time Magazine, New York Magazine, USA Today, Women’s World, Der Speigel to name just a few.
Our editorial work also influences our corporate shooting as we can easily adapt to editorial style shots for websites and banners.
As an actor, musician or model, you need a more creative headshot, where your personality shines through. We have been shooting actor headshots for over 20 years and have loads of experience in what makes a great headshot.
Do you need a headshot for a book jacket? We can shoot author portraits in the studio or on location. An outdoor shoot can also be great if you need a more creative headshot for business, dating or for use in publications.
249 A Street, Studio 31
Our Boston location is a ten minute walk from South Station. When you get to 249 A Street, come through the outside door and you will see the intercom on the left. Scroll through until you see ‘Headshots’ listed and then hit the yellow dial button. I will buzz you in, come on up to the third floor and turn left down the corridor (right out of the elevator). We are the last door on the left.
15 Merrill Street, Manchester, NH
Now located at 15 Merrill Street in Manchester, just off Elm Street. We share a great studio with SOPHA and can take advantage of their creative backgrounds. There is plenty of on-street parking around the building. Enter the building through the green door, come up the stairs and through the door on your left. We will meet you in the lobby.
Headshots for college auditions
Kristin Brooks: “Jo was extremely helpful and great with taking photos of my daughter, Grace. Her turn around time was really fast as we needed the photos for college auditions this fall. I would recommend her highly.”
Publicity pictures for a non-profit
Rick Swanson of Manchester Community Health Center: ” Jo’s work is first class. She works hard to get the best shots. And we appreciate how much she contributes to the community.”
Marketing shots for social media
Katie Granville said “Jo has the patience of a saint and her work is wonderful! Our company was looking for marketing shots for our social media sites and were referred to Headshots. Jo was by far the easiest and most pleasant professional photographer we have worked with! She answered all questions and concerns, allowed us to take numerous shots until we were 100% happy with every aspect of the shot and her turnaround time was incredible! MAS Staffing is looking forward to working together with Jo and Headshots again in the future!”
“Jo photographed my wedding a few years ago. Her ability to find the perfect light and catch moments that would let us remember our special day is remarkable.”
Kristen and Kyle's Kentucky wedding.
Celebrity Shoot for Non-Profit Art School
I can’t say enough great things about working on this shoot with Joanne from Headshots Photography. We needed to shoot local celebrities to fit a print piece CharmLab was creating for the Kimball Jenkins School of Art Annual Fund “Why I Give”campaign. Our models varied from children to seven foot tall Luke Bonner and local politicians Byron Champlin, and Steve Duprey. The final brochure came out fantastic and the photos were of the highest quality. I plan to work with Joanne on all my future client projects. She made the sessions fun and relaxed which brought out the best of each and it shows in the photos.