Even though the two may not participate in every aspect, the two go together perfectly. When it comes to being a photographer in Northern Colorado, I have the honor of shooting all types of people: models, brides, families, couples, and even actors. Even though the chances of me getting to produce head shots for Sandra Bullock are going to be non-existent, I still get to photograph a lot of talented individuals. I love hearing what they have to say during the shoot. They talk, and I listen and shoot. The more the actor talks, the more they relax. Honestly, everything they say is fascinating, especially when I hear about their upcoming auditions for a play or independent film. Their eyes light up without any help from my strobes. It is like they have an inner glow that shines outward as they talk about their passion for acting. Even their fears come out as talk of nervousness abound with the excitement of the actual audition. It makes me smile. Photographing actors is great. The shoots are short, but what I learn from them is amazing. They bare themselves for the world to see. A world of emotion, fantasy, and action seems to fill the shoot. This is what I want and aim to capture. The pureness of the actor. A subtle regal quality that comes from within them, calling out to everyone that only Hollywood would understand. This is why I love photographing actors. It makes me feel good knowing that the head shoot they will be handing someone is one that I shot. Actors should be comfortable and even daring when it comes to dropping a head shot at an audition. That is what I intend to produce for my acting clients.