Do you get nervous in front of a camera? You’re not alone. We feel scrutinized and unsure of what to do with our body, so we want to rush through headshots all while feeling worried that the photos won’t turn out well and trying to hide that worry behind a fake smile. Yikes! No wonder so many people dislike photos of themselves.
At Art of Headshots our photographer’s talent with a camera is obvious. More importantly, their natural empathy and ability to listen help ease your nerves. Once the jitters subside they’re able to make your personality shine.
Invest in your future by getting our professional Toronto headshots photographer to expertly capture your personality in your headshots.
With so many company headquarters in Toronto, excellent corporate headshots are a crucial component to lending credibility to company branding in the big city. Art of Headshots understands the importance of Toronto headshots and provides a modern portrait specifically designed to be engaging for “about us” pages, corporate marketing and social media.
Downtown Toronto is notorious for having bad traffic, so save your employee’s productive time by inviting our Toronto headshots photographer to capture headshots on-location. We’ll bring the necessary equipment to photograph teams of 4 or more employees at your offices.
As Canada’s fashion capital where many popular films and television shows are produced regularly, actor headshots, model headshots, and fashion headshots go an incredibly long way to breaking into these industries. Art of Headshots can provide you with an experienced and personable photographer to show off the best of your personality in a welcoming environment to improve your personal brand.
Casting headshots are a key step in getting noticed in the film industry, so book an appointment with our Toronto headshots photographer to speed up your journey.
Will is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator specializing in portrait, wedding, and documentary photography. Will has worked with Academy Award-nominated actor Woody Harrelson, Julie Taymor, and Disney Theatrical Productions.
His work has been seen in Toronto, New York City, London, Italy, London, and Paris and he has photographed on assignment for clients such as The Georgia Straight, The Commercial Observer, Kerrang! Magazine, Bain & Company, Brooklyn Law School, The Windmill Factory, Ketchum Digital, and Edelman Digital among others.
I just remember a time when there was an extreme obsession with American culture and that’s where all the superstars and rap was but for me I always was like no there’s things here that the world needs to see. I was never just proud but fascinated with this city, with the island influence we have here, the way people talk, the way people carry themselves, the little trends, but my Toronto that I grew up in was always what I wanted to put on the forefront if I ever got the chance.
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The Island became an island in 1853 due to a violent storm and landfill. At different points in time it housed seasonal cottages, a school, an amusement park, airport, and permanent homes.
Toronto’s second prison was a house at King and Toronto street a place mainly for white-collar criminals.
Field Marshal Douglas Haig (1st Earl Haig) should have been infamous rather than having Earl Haig Secondary School named in his honour. Nicknamed “Butcher Haig”, an estimated 2 million people died under his command during WWI. “His epic but costly offensives at the Somme (1916) and Passchendaele (1917) have become nearly synonymous with the carnage and futility of First World War battles”. He may have killed more Torontonians than anybody in recorded history.
Second City TV, Canada’s greatest entertainment show, was created in Toronto. It made John Candy, Eugene Levy, Andrea Martin, Martin Short, Tony Rosato and Catherine O’Hara instant international stars.
Stanley Cup came to exist in the summer of 1888 when Lord Stanley was Governor General.
Toronto has become an international city hosting incredible movies helping actors chasing the stars with their headshots to land a career. The following are five of our favourite movies filmed in Toronto.
Rapper, songwriter, actor, & businessman
Actress, comedienne, and writer
Interview clips, comedy & talk-show appearances, being an exemplary Canadian.
“Hanging off the CN Tower was by far the scariest thing I’ve ever done. Watching this back literally makes my palms sweaty!” – Jaclyn Forbes