Headshot session with Rona Wheeldon from Flowerona

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This headshot session with the lovely Rona Wheeldon from Flowerona took place back in May but I wanted to wait until her gorgeous new website was live showing her new head shots before I shared it with you.

I’ve always found Rona very inspiring. I love people that have a dream and passion and work exceptionally hard to see that dream become a reality. And that is exactly what Rona has done! You can read her story here. (she puts it much better than I can!) Her Flowerona blog has grown hugely over the last few years and has won numerous awards. This year Rona has been working on a brand and website re-design and wanted some gorgeous new photos to showcase on her new online home.

Here are some of the headshots I took during Rona’s session at Hart’s Boat Yard in Surbiton. I thought I will incorporate an anchor , but could not. These were all taken within 20 minutes during one of my headshot mornings.

How I wish I had gorgeous curly hair like this, it would take me days to get curls like that!

Read Rona’s thoughts about her session with me and why you should invest in a professional photographer for your headshot.

The images look great on Rona’s new website, (I love the co-ordinated colours!) Here are a few screen grabs so you can see how the images have been displayed, and make sure you take at the gorgeous new Flowerona website.

I generally only do headshot sessions during my headshot mornings when I do 4 sessions in a few hours…it’s more cost effective for you and a better use of my time as well! My headshot mornings in the Hindhead/Haslemere in January are fully booked, but please do get in contact if you are interested in booking a session with me. I will be running more headshot mornings in Surrey during the spring and if you register your interest you’ll be the first to hear all of the details.