What should I wear?

Ah, the age old question. None of the old rules apply anymore (no prints or patterns, etc), though there are still some guidelines for making yourself look super hot on camera. Generally I like to tell people to think of the roles you'd be going out for when choosing headshot clothing. Don't wear a costume, but wear similar colors or styles. If you're a cop type, maybe a navy blue button down shirt. If you're always getting bombshell roles, don't shy away from something form-fitting or low cut. Read more-->

Do I need a makeup artist/hair person?

I say yes! They will even out your skin tone, cover up anything you're self conscious about, tame any stray hairs, and keep you from looking shiny. I've got great people on board to help you look your best. I believe actors should do their own hair. For several reasons. Nobody does it like you do. And unless you're getting your hair professionally styled for every audition, it's just not going to look right unless YOU do it. Read more-->

Who am I? That's a good question. I've been an actor for over 15 years. I've been on TV, in films, and on Broadway. I know what it's like to have a single picture determine whether you get the shot at your dream job. I get it.

That's why I started taking my own headshots. I felt like my photographers couldn't capture the version of myself I was trying to sell. It's an awkward process, having your picture taken. In fact, I kind of suck at having my picture taken. I wanted my photographers to pull me out of my shell & help me relax...

The number-one most important tool in an actor's kit is the headshot. It's the logo for your small business. It's your key to unlocking doors to opportunities.
~Bonnie Gillespie, Self Management for Actors
Located in North Hollywood, CA646.228.4404 victoria@victoriamatlockphotography.com