Vancouver headshots photography studio

Managing Photographer

Art of Headshots Vancouver

Carlos Taylhardat founder and photographer with Art of Headshots in Vancouver in 2009, a passion for seizing human experiences to capture the spirit of the individuals in the portrait. Inspired by his diplomat father who travelled the world photographing people from all walks of life, Carlos showcases the best of what makes everybody special.

Honed his skills at a young age, studying photography at the Claude Watson School for the Arts, and never looked back. His clients include Microsoft, 3M, Lions Gate Studios, the Vancouver Art Gallery and actors who have been featured in The X-Files and various Walt Disney films.

Carlos was awarded photographer of the in 2005, co-founded the Veterans Portrait Project and is now building a new Art of Headshots in every city around the World.

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Art of Headshots Vancouver Photographer

227 – 970 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC, V6Z 2R4



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Nicknamed “Hollywood North” for its vibrant film and television industry, acting headshots are essential for scoring casting breaks throughout Metro Vancouver. Art of Headshots creates engaging portraits to boost your portfolio and land that dream role of a lifetime.

Plus, with a booming startup community in downtown and an abundance of nearby natural beauty, business headshots and corporate-event photographs are excellent tools to promote your brand, advance your company and make your stamp on the world, one headshot at a time.

Services in Vancouver


• Actor Headshots
• Branding and Social-Media Headshots
• Company Headshots
• Corporate Headshots
• Event Photographs
• LinkedIn Headshots
• Professional Headshots

Vancouver fun facts

not common knowledge

1 – Vancouver wasn’t called Vancouver until 1886, it used to be called Gastown from 1867 to 1886 and Granville prior to Gastown.

2 – The year that Vancouver was incorporated with its current name it had a great fire that destroyed all the major buildings for the exception of two ( ).

3 – Stanley Park awarded for the most beautiful park in any major city, wasn’t always an oasis. A darker history was an area to separate Squamish and Musqueam people who were victims of smallpox. Now called Dead Men Island.

4 – Art of Headshot own Electra Building in 970 Burrard Street was the tallest building in the Commonwealth, built by John Lain and Son’s in 1957.

5 – Downtown Vancouver is more than 65% residential, some of the corporate building have been transformed into residential housing to fulfill demand.