Storytime - I remember this day was so cold and prep time was so long and we were both defeated as we climbed into our uber after shooting ( fun fact: not pictured was someone also doing a flip over Steph's head while she sat down at one point). I feel like I was polite but pretty stone cold to the uber driver, no biggie, we both part ways with like 2 words said between us. SO a little while after this shoot I climb into an uber and who do you think it is, the same guy and at first I thought he was loopy asking if I'd been with a girl in an uber with a skateboard and gown and then I realised my life is way too full of these weird moments because it didn't immediately register. Anyway long story short he picked me up another 2 times after that trip and was way too forward and tried to come on to me way too hard that I had to block him 😅 but my luck with uber drivers is pretty bad, let's not even get in to the story where one followed me back to my workplace. Any other girls/guys/etc. have to deal with creepy uber drivers on the reg?
Lived around Australia, worked on many short films, TV commercials, movies, agencies and now working as a writer in marketing and graphic design in between projects while striving to do even more. Not bad for 25 so far, or as bad as I thought it would be 😂 🌻 Passion, hard work and good morals always pay off in the end ❤✌and nothing wrong with being proud of it 😀
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When you are getting your pro-headshot done go for real over glamour. I know it’s tempting to ask for loads of airbrushing or to try and get your photographer to ‘make you look skinnier’ when they edit. But I want you to remember...
A headshot for your business is about looking like you (on your best day). It needs to show your wrinkles, your age and who YOU are.
Firstly, you are completely okay just the way you are. But equally, you want to build trust with your audience, and showing them the real you is what makes that happen.