|before there were hand weights, moms hoisted babies|
You have to consider bios, mission statements, values, brand promises, blah, blah and blah. The imagery questions alone can send a committee into a frenzied panic:
Blue is so 2005, financial services! Green can look so pukish with certain browsers! Make my logo bigger!
Now that I'm wearing the client hat--you'd think I'd know better. That I'd draw from years of experience on the other side of the conference table. But, no. Sadly, I have big ideas that don't really work, technologically. I want layers of stuff to look like one composition. Seamlessness and beauty. Is that too much to ask?
|my first toys were german paperbacks|
And, like Julie Andrews in that Sound of Music number sings, I'm starting at the very beginning. Back when I was a clueless, myopic infant who thought the world one big marvel. It is my story after all.
What about you guys? What's your idea of the perfect writerly headshot?