The Group Sessions

How they work

Group Sessions are geared towards students studying theatre, small theatre companies, or incredibly motivated actors. If you organize a group of 10 or more (I’ve done up to 18 in one day), I'll travel to you with my portable studio. Then we take headshots.

In a perfect situation, we won't need the studio lights at all and will be able to use the natural light and found locations, (but I always bring the studio with me in case of bad weather.)

These are fantastic, Clint. I am so glad we were able to make this work with your schedule and I hope it is the beginning of a continued relationship. What a fabulous opportunity this was for our students. They had such a wonderful time with you.
— Brandon Prendergast | University of Mary Washington

What I need

A large lockable room to set up the studio and keep my gear.
Someone to help me load in and out (I’ll give up to two assistants an additional free retouch)
WiFi access (if possible)

What you get

300 digital color images (usually more 'cause I always over shoot)
Up to two looks (wardrobe changes) per person
90 minutes per pair. (working in pairs allows me to continue shooting while someone changes and saves a lot of time)
Studio and/or Natural Light depending on the weather and location
Password protected online folder for each person with ALL of their proofs from the day at high res for download
One retouch included (Extra retouches are $40 each)

What's it cost?

$275 per person (not including travel/housing if necessary). $250 if there are more than 20 students.

Just wanted to say thank you again for this weekend. Everyone was so happy with how the sessions went! Maggie is sitting next to me right now flipping through all her shots– they’re beautiful! I really can’t thank you enough for making it such a fun weekend.
— Miranda Webster | Virginia Commonwealth University

Harvard | ART (click image to see full size)

Catholic University of America Harvard | ART (click image to see full size)

Just wanted to say thanks again for coming to UMD to do headshots for all of us. I’m so happy with mine.
— Ariel Myren | University of Maryland