When most people hear “headshots” their mind usually pictures a person in a suit sitting in front of a gray marbled background, body facing at a 45 degree angle with their head turned back toward the camera with a VERY professional (ahem – stale) smile. This classic headshot look feels very formal. While that may be what you want from your banker or accountant, most small businesses and organizations want something that feels more personal.
Over the years I’ve had the privilege of doing branding sessions for some of our favorite local businesses including Tamara & Company, Heather Christopher Travel Consulting and Travel Pro Theory. While a branding session focuses on the company as a whole including images of the team and daily workflow and is important for every company to have, sometimes you just need updated headshots that show your personality.
From Pastor Mark: I’ve heard it said, “…it’s not what you do but who you do it with that makes the difference.” I’m so thankful to work each day with these great people.
We met at General Lee’s Headquarters Museum in Gettysburg which provided the perfect balance of wide open spaces and historic stone walls. It allowed us to capture the group in a couple of different settings without having to leave the property. Even though it was a freezing cold day, the dropping temperatures couldn’t keep this group from having a great time together.
When the team at Foursquare Gettysburg reached out for updated staff photos, I was excited to capture this lively group. They will soon be saying farewell to Pastor Jack as he moves on to do God’s work in Boston and they wanted one last set of images with him. This group is certainly made to work together and were so fun to spend the afternoon with.
Foursquare team, it was so fun getting to spend the afternoon with you capturing your updated staff photos. Your energy and passion for sharing God’s word are evident in everything you do. Pastor Jack, we will certainly miss you but know that you will do amazing things in the Boston community. Don’t forget to visit soon!