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Headshots: Sarah!

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Need a family lawyer? Look no further than the law office of Sarah F. Horowitz, LLC, a Silver Spring-based practice that specializes in family law. Estate planning, family formation, nanny contracts are right up her alley. While you’re there, enjoy her wonderful headshot! Here are a few more from our photoshoot.

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Headshots: David!

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Meet David, the CEO and co-founder of Retrium, a company/ software for agile retrospectives. This is particularly useful and interesting if you work in agile development and technology, so if you’re looking for a good retrospective tool, you should check them out!

Anyway, David was in need of a headshot for a conference and for some nice photos in general, so we got together and went around downtown Silver Spring for our shoot. It was fun and creative, even when one of the residents of downtown Silver Spring’s streets mistook my camera for a hose shooting biohazard toxins and called the police on me. It was a simple misunderstanding, although we got out of there before the police arrived. Here are some photos (not toxins) from that shoot!

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Headshots/ Artistshots: Heidi!

2017-07-15 12.39.24-2logoThe talented singer/ songwriter/ guitarist Heidi Martin, born and bred in Washington, DC, influenced in Casablanca, croons jazz and blues that go well with a martini on a warm summer night. Together we had a super creative time checking out parts of Rock Creek Park, finding blends of nature and industry for a funky setting for her artistic shots. These are best viewed in conjunction to her music, so check her out!

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I totally upped my cool factor by photographing a jazz/ blues musician, Heidi Martin. More to come…

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A Snapshot: Heidi!

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Company Shots: The Management Center

 

2017-06-28 18.25.36logoThere are lots of good intentions out there, and lots of action whirling around to bring those intentions to light. But sometimes, a roadblock appears in the process, bringing the project to a screeching halt. Enter The Management Center: a company whose purpose is to help nonprofits manage their processes and people better, and help them overcome hurdles to realize their mission and goals. The company is made up of people from all over the country, with a wide range of experience and background, but united with passion and drive to do good. For a rare moment, the staff were together in DC recently for a company gathering and seized the opportunity for a group photo and some headshots.

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Headshots: Point Performance!

The physicians therapists of Bethesda-based Point Performance are some of the most talented I’ve ever encountered. They fixed my shin splints and got me back on the road right before the New York Marathon. They have an astounding reputation for being really careful, precise and personalized with their approach, rather than cookie-cutter and just follow what’s in the book. I’ve had the pleasure of photographing each of their new therapists with the matching outdoorsy look, one in each season (fall, winter, summer). Here’s Michal, Adam and Robert.

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Headshots: Ha Goes Overseas

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Ha was moving overseas to China, where companies tend to like seeing pictures of job candidates along with their applications, so she asked me to take a bunch. We went for the more laid-back, smiling ones as well as the very serious, firm and stern versions. The latter didn’t go so well because she kept laughing and because she’s not a very stern person.

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