Category Archives: Headshots

Climate change and the theatrical headshot

In an effort to give this post a hook I looked up quotes about rain on the web.

One of the more popular offerings was: “The rain falling remains (sic) me of you because its (sic) falling hard, and I am too.”

Then there was the inspiring: “Invariably our best nights were those when it rained, for then we were not troubled with mosquitoes.”

And then there was: “Did Bach ever eat pancakes at midnight?”  Which probably makes sense in the same way that if, hypothetically, I were to throw the words “Miley”, “Cyrus” and “twerking” into this post several times over I’d stand a reasonable chance of gaining a few hits from people looking for shots of Miley Cyrus twerking who’d be mighty disappointed to find a post about actors’ headshots that had nothing to do with Miley Cyrus twerking because they were looking for shots of Miley Cyrus twerking.

Which just goes to show two things.  One, the internet isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.  And — two — sometimes I should just get to the point.

We’ve had an awful lot of rain in the UK over the past couple of years.  And I take a lot of headshots.  So it’s rather nice that I’m now able to offer people the choice of doing them in the studio whenever we are not troubled with mosquitoes.