Authors need great headshots…for brochures, book signings, press releases, websites, social media and more!

On April 25, opening night of the Writers & Books Literary Conference, Carol White Llewellyn of CommuniVision Studio will be onsite, doing a popup photo shoot from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, offering headshots for attendees at a special discounted rate.

Sign up for a 10-minute headshot slot, and within one week, you’ll receive a minimum of 10 high resolution, professionally photographed, digital headshots, via email link to a dropbox folder, that you can download to have printed in any size and format or use for any purpose… with no additional fee.  They are yours to use and keep forever!

P.S. Because the time slots are short, there will be no time for changes of clothing, so please come dressed to put your best foot (and smile) forward.

Need advice on what to wear for headshots? Check out our article on “Tips on dressing for your headshot or video shoot” that offers advice on how to dress so your clothing says as much about you as your smile does!

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For every $49 headshot package sold, we will donate $5 to Writers & Books in celebration of their support of writers.

Click on the “Book me” button below to select your slot and confirm your reservation.

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About the Photographer

Carol White Llewellyn fell in love with photography when her art instructor in high school offered a photography class. She spent hours photographing subjects and developing film in the dark room, long before there were digital cameras. Some of her earliest works were featured at the camera store in Auburn, NY while she was a teenager.

Since then, Carol’s photography has appeared in books, magazines, annual reports, presentations, calendars, and on Boardroom walls. She has been the photographer of record for Rochester Community Media Center and Hope Hall School.

Much of her work focuses on nature and travel, but she also loves to photograph people, including both headshots and candid shots. 

“One of my favorite parts of photographing people is when I feel as if I’ve captured the true essence of the person, at a moment in time, and memorialized them forever.”

Below, you’ll find several headshots of Alison Meyers, Executive Director of Writers & Books, Chris Fanning, Deputy Director of Writers & Books, as well as assorted other examples of my photography.