Category Archives: portraits

I’m on a break

Well, my photography business is on a break. If you’re on my books, you’re still good, but I’m not taking any more appointments. I have a couple of projects that I’m working on that are going to require my full attention (more about those later), so I’m going to have to put the headshots on…

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  • Marcus BaileyDecember 8, 2015 - 10:20 am

    Can I get a new pic from my archive?

  • Jody AshworthFebruary 7, 2016 - 11:48 am

    Robyn:

    Hello! I was wondering — when are you beginning to schedule headshot sessions in 2016? As you know, Amy gave me my session as a Christmas gift update my portfolio.

    In addition, I have a couple of other “signature” photos which I would like for you to retouch to reflect the unfortunate passage of time : ) (My last headshots were taken almost 10 years ago).

    Let me know what your upcoming schedule looks like–talk soon!

    Jody
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Honky Tonk Angels II: The Holiday Spectacular

You may not see a lot photography posts here for a while because I’m working on a show down at Swift Creek Mill Theatre. Honky Tonk Angels is far from high-brow, but it’s great fun if you’re in the mood for some good singing and sweet zaniness. I did take the production photos for the…

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Headshots – Richmond, VA

Headshot Teaser: Anne Chapman I love my job! I meet the coolest people! Anne is a casting director for a lot of the movies that are shot here in Richmond. While we were doing her photos last week, she let me pick her brain about what she looks for when she’s flipping through stacks of…

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  • Christen HawkinsJanuary 19, 2015 - 2:26 pm

    Was wondering how much you charge for head shots. Thanks!

Trick or Treat!

Ginnie, Nancy McMahon, and I took our Madeline Hatter and Death around the neighborhood on Halloween.   We saw some scary stuff. Including our good friend, Robert Throckmorton, who is the king of Halloween! And some pretty cute things, too. When we got home, we turned on the disco light… … and watched Josie chase…

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The 2015 Richmond Theatre Artists Fund Calendar

The 2015 Richmond Theatre Artists Fund Calendar was released at the RTCC Awards earlier this month. This is the third year for the calendar, and since this year’s theme is Hollywood Glamour,  I was beyond thrilled when Liz Hopper agreed to costume our leading ladies. Here are a few of them. Want one for yourself? …

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