What To Do Next

Helping You Look Your Very Best!

Decide to:

Remain Calm. This is fun.

Eye contact is essential.  Look right into the camera.


Email us some samples of images that you like.

Discuss the image you are trying to convey. What type industry are you in? What is your corporate culture?  Look at other photos of those in your company for comparison.

What color clothing would you like to wear and what color backdrop are you interested in utilizing?

Have a change of clothing so we can help you experiment with various colors. You only need the top half of the outfit for a headshot.

Bring extra options of clothing if you are adding a relaxed look (instead of just taking off a suit jacket and tie).

Dark clothes attract less attention and put the attention on your face and eyes.

Bring a button down shirt, or a golf style shirt, but keep them on a hanger so they remain fresh.

Gentlemen, be sure to shave close.


Not To Do

Do not wear loud colors.

Do not overdress.

Do not wear white unless you wear it underneath something.

Do not wear something that might not work with the backdrop.

Do not wear overly obtrusive jewelry that will distract from your face.

Do not get a new hair cut the day before the shoot.


Do not be afraid to ask us in advance, please call us before the session.

Amy Baue Professional Talent in Directors Chair

Amy Baue, professional talent and spokesperson in the St. Louis area loves her headshot.  Amy is on the production set a great deal for both video and still photographs, so seated in a director’s chair and slightly off center adds a unique creative flair for Amy’s personalized headshot.

This is also the home of St. Louis Video Resumes. Let us help you look your best on a video clip that can be easily emailed along with a traditional print resume to help you stand out from the crowd.

Mike Haller



4501 Mattis Road St. Louis, MO 63128