So, my darling daughter dreams of being a working actress. She’s actually very good. I know, every parent says that about their child. LOL But, her directors and her vocal teacher have high regard for her talent and she’s racking up quite an amateur resume already. And so, she needed some headshots and I needed some practice in making them. LOL
I got one shot. The Girl Child is not someone who likes to pose for pictures. LOL So, it would have to do (for the moment). These are my favorites out of the half-dozen I made).
With the roles of Juliet (Romeo & Juliet), Audrey (Little Shop of Horrors), and Catherine (The Foreigner) already under her belt, plus a stint as Assistant Director and filling-in as emergency understudy for Margo (The Diary of Anne Frank), her “selfies” were starting to look a little underwhelming. Once she had won a competition at the Missouri Thespian Convention, resulting in an invitation to perform in Nebraska at International Thespian Festival, and then winning a roll in an upcoming community theater production of “The Skin of Our Teeth,” I decided to get to work.
I can’t decide between this one:
and this one, for the black and whites (although these are more sepia-esque):
Well, anyway, these should serve for the immediate upcoming events. Maybe over the summer, I can get her sit down for a real shoot.
Until she starts racking these up and bigger professionals than me start taking her picture. Heh.
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