Personal Branding success stories

You have to put yourself out there to build relationships. That´s what Personal Branding Photography is all about. You need pictures of yourself on social media, on your website, to accompany articles written about you and to market your services and your products. Sometimes that takes more than a straight forward headshot and you need pictures in different situations, maybe at work, in action,  portraying more of you. After all – what you want is to create a brand that is worth talking about  – with photos that show who you are and what it feels like working with you. I love these sessions, they are my absolute favorite thing to do: I focus all my attention on you – and together we work seriously to create something really special. 

Find out about my Personal Branding Photo shoot-packages here.

 

 

Singer, actress, mother, and business woman Lisa Stokke, whose accomplishments include the lead role in the first Mamma Mia musical in London´s West End, the lead role in Guys and Dolls, and being the Norwegian voice of Elsa in Frozen, is simply a powerhouse of energy, emitting joy and star quality. We had great fun together shooting both playful and tender images in Richmond Park for her publication needs. Click on the image to see more.

 

Kristin Flood, author, journalist, workshop tutor, public speaker and mindfulness teacher is frequently interviewed by newspapers and magazines. Being able to provide up to-date professional pictures to the media is important. Online presence is vital to her business, so to have current images that connect her with her audience makes good business sense.  Click on the image to see the pictures from our session.

 

Remi Eriksen is the CEO of DNV GL –  an international certification body and classification society with main expertise in technical assessment, advisory, and risk management. The company operates in more than 100 countries and has 16.000 employees. I have had the great pleasure of photographing Mr. Eriksen on many occasions  – for a range of publication needs the company has. See some of the pictures here.

 

Bronte Aurell has busy days explaining the trendy concept of Danish Hygge to the British public. Together with her husband, she owns the food store ScandiKitchen in London, offering home comforts to expats. She also runs the adjacent Scandi cafe, a catering business, and an online store. On top of this she is the author of several books on Scandinavian food and lifestyle and with the growing interest in everything Scandinavian, Bronte needed new pictures of herself to offer to the media.

 

Now or never! Colin Fraser was nudged and encouraged by family and friends to submit photos to a model agency – and got in touch with me for a photo-session. A handsome mature man I think you´d agree would do well as a model?

 

The beach-front in Brighton creates the backdrop for an early morning photo session with dancer and choreographer Masha Gurina.  –  I do a lot of studio-based photo and film sessions, and nearly always it feels like work. Shoots with Nina feel effortless, and time flies unnoticed, she says.

 

Linda Thomson was tired of corporate life and set about traveling the world. She returned with a promise to herself to live a more satisfying life, and after completing training as a life coach she is now ready to help you do the same. Before launching her new website she booked me to shoot her professional images.

 

Veslemøy took some time out from her busy schedule running children´s clothing company Blender Agency Kids to have portraits taken that would reflect her fun personality and style  – and to simply celebrate where she is at in life.

 

Tango teacher. Yoga teacher. With intimate knowledge of how to use her body, it´s all about the physical movement for Jenny Smith. And she makes a photo session flow easy with effortless posing.

 

Solicitor and Barrister Ane Tømmerås got in touch when she needed images for her website of herself and her employees at Fru Justisia in Norway.  – None of us have ever been familiar with the lens. Actually, most of us have felt rather apprehensive about it, as something always seems to come out wrong. With Nina’s amazing magic, we got the best photos ever, both portraits and group shots, she says.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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