“The harder I practice, the luckier I get.”

“The harder I practice, the luckier I get.” To quote one of the all-time golf greats, Gary Player, I do see this happening all the time in my role as professional Headshot photographer.

While I do have the chance to shoot all year long clients from very diverse fields – smaller and medium-sized entreprises, CEOs, mommy + newborn, kids, teenagers, families, members of the committee of a golf club, etc… – I am often asked to shoot clients looking for a new work experience.
Whether they still are in the job, or have been unemployed for some time, all of my clients have one thing in common: they realized that in order to be seen on the market, they need to do everything possible to stand out from the crowd.


Headshot of aspriring actor Julian Bailey


Geneva is known for its financial sector, high-end watchmaking, finest chocolates (did you know that my photostudio is located within 100 meters of 4 of the best chocolateries?), commodities and oil trading and tourism, but not really a place for serious actors.
I did have the pleasure to work with aspiring actor Julian Bailey on his headshot to apply to dramatic arts colleges in England and the United States. His preferred roles are everything Shaespearian.
Wishing you all the best for your career in acting!

Genève est connue pour sa place financière, l'horlogerie, les meilleurs chocolats (le saviez-vous que mon studio Patric Pop Photo est à moins de 100 mètres de quatre des meilleurs artisans de chocolat de la ville?), le trading des matières premières et du tourisme.
Par contre il n'y a pas tellement l'occasion de photographier des acteurs. Récemment, j'ai eu le plaisir de travailler ensemble avec le jeune acteur Julian Bailey sur son Portrait Headshot. Il en avait besoin pour envoyer sa candidature aux meilleurs écoles des arts dramatiques aux Etats-Unis et en Angleterre. Il souhaite se créer une carrière avec des rôles sérieux, tout dans la tradition de Shakespeare. Tout de bon pour ton futur, Julian!