Gorgeous Studio Portrait Shoot in my West London Studio

February 21, 2019 | Corporate, PORTRAITS

Time to own your brand image with a professional portrait

My beautiful client decided to own her social media and business profile. To put her best foot forward professionally and personally. To own her digital profile. So she booked a studio shoot with me for a professional portrait.

Beautiful lady with dark cascading hair in studio portrait

This gorgeous lady is a scientist and wanted to find a happy medium between projecting her best professional self while showing her personality and celebrating her femininity.

First, we shot her in the studio in professional attire, before changing into something more casual. Next, we headed to the local park and took more informal portraits. Often, studio shoots with me end up in one of West London's beautiful parks. I love the challenge of shooting outdoors. And the results that come from photographing outside in nature. I hope that you will agree from the images below that we accomplished what was requested.

Portrait of lady with hair up in white blouse


It's so important these days to have a great business/personal image of yourself. It's not something you can just capture yourself on your phone. You need the best version of yourself, as you are, right now. You need to own your digital identity.

Whether it's for social media, dating sites, or business, a professional headshot or portrait is invaluable. What is yours saying about you? What image are you projecting and have you put your best foot forward? Be your personal brand manager!

Putting your best foot Forward

If you would like to upgrade your professional portrait for business or personal use, contact me on 07958 511819 or email serena@serenabolton.com for further information. I undertake portrait shoots At Home and on Location and in my West London studio.

Serena Bolton Photography offers the discerning client the finest personalised and genuinely bespoke service. You are unique and your 'brand image' should be too. Click here to see a complete portrait shoot.


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