As someone who works to generate attention and interest for other people’s organizations and products, sildenafil sometimes I neglect to properly position and promote my own business. While I launched my new website last year, I never took the time to have a professional photo taken of myself. And since I am a one-woman shop for the most part, I realized that it was important to offer up a face with the name.
Taking a look at my outdated headshot on LinkedIn (something that was cropped out of a family event photo five years ago), I turned to a professional for the job and hired Lucy Cobos, a veteran photographer known for her portraits of Boston’s healthcare leaders.
I typically hate photos of myself, but Lucy used her artistic magic to capture the face that I was hoping to convey for my business. You can see the resulting photos on the Bio page of my website and in my LinkedIn profile.
And many thanks to Phoebe Ramler of Phoebe’s Faces for her make-up artistry. I don’t tend to wear much make-up in my everyday life – Phoebe did a great job of enhancing me for the photo shoot while keeping me real!