John Clark Photography

London's leading headshot photographer



Headshot session for only £120 during NOVEMBER

Another great deal for any bona fide actor* or drama student*.
Book through the online diary, pay the £60 deposit* to secure your headshot session during NOVEMBER.

Sessions will last about an hour which is plenty of time for 3 changes of clothes. The session includes 1 retouched image with extra retouched images at £25 each.

*When booking please state your Spotlight Pin No. or Drama School when booking
*The deposit will not be refunded if you cancel your session within 48 hrs.

COVID 19 UPDATE:  My studio is in my home. Please turn up with a mask on. You will have your temperature taken (with a non contact thermometer gun) and be asked to sanitise your hands. I reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone turning up with a temperature and symptoms of Covid with no return of your deposit. Do not book a session if you currently live in an area of lockdown or is deemed by the Government that is spiking. I also reserve the right to cancel any or all sessions if there is a 2nd spike of the virus. All deposits in that case will be refundable or movable to another session date.

Please read the Covid 19 Risk Assessment here. It contains important information concerning your session.
 

I am proud to be in charge of all casting photography for the largest children's theatrical agency in the UK -  Quirky Kidz
For 25 years I have also been responsible for all the agency headshots for the country's most prestigious theatre school - The Sylvia Young Agency

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How important is your casting shot?

Your headshot is the single most important factor in getting you into TV and film auditions. 

Check out my Actors Resource Guides for getting the perfect headshot

Look at my Instagram feed for my latest headshots.

.......and don’t just believe me, listen to the agents.


"A headshot is of vital importance - it is after all an actor’s first round audition. The war has been lost by the black and white shot, and the UK has followed LA by requiring full colour shots for actors. Its more important than ever for your shot to reflect you accurately but not unflatteringly. You should appear as you would on screen in the TV show or film you aspire to be in."
Stuart Piper - The Piper Agency

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