About Boston Professional Headshot Photographer Donis Perkins

For as long as I can remember, I loved images that had impact. By that, I mean stunning photos that made you stop and take notice. Coupled with my natural love of people (nice people, not the mean ones), I believe I have the right combination of talent, skills, and experience to make people look good in photographs. That is one of the things in life that bring me great joy.
Now, as a professional photographer of 17 years, I am able to apply all my experience, passion, and personality to creating images for my clients. An added benefit is meeting hundreds, if not thousands, of new people each year. It’s so cool to learn a little about someone new and discover what we have in common.

I have been working with executives, creatives, and other professional service providers in the greater Boston area, creating great headshot images. My extensive experience is a tremendous asset in providing you great images. I believe I offer a tremendous value, given the time and effort that goes into capturing every image, retouching the final image(s) and delivering the finished files on time.

A great headshot is simply not the result of a good headshot photographer. It is the result of a successful collaboration between the subject, a stylist (if requested) and the photographer. Those being photographed should feel relaxed, not rushed. They should truly enjoy the shoot, allowing them to be themselves. The eyes should communicate warmth and a passion for life.

Whether you have one person or four hundred people who need headshots, allow me to apply my creativity and enthusiasm to creating your professional images. I would be happy to discuss how I can help your business improve it’s brand identity and image.

I’m so grateful to have a wonderful family. My wife of 15 years and our two children are the center of my life. I’m happy knowing that our kids already have it so much better than I did growing up; that is something to be proud of.

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