Congratulations to student actress Milly Moggeridge for winning FIFF London https://fifflondon.org/winners-september-edition/ best actress award for her performance as Catherine (Cat) in new short film Vulture, https://www.facebook.com/vultureshortfilm/
Milly is in her final year at Arts University Bournemouth studying drama, https://aub.ac.uk
Great working with the actors at the London actor’s workshop.
London’s popular 12 week acting programme based in the heart of theatreland. Designed for professional and aspiring actors looking to get work, it is a practical, intensive series of highly specific workshops primarily focussed on TV & Film and offers students the chance to showcase their talents to casting directors and agents.
Check them out! www.londonactorsworkshop.co.uk
Last few months have been busy. Its that time of the year again when 3rd year drama and musical theatre students need to get their head shots done. For many of them it’s the first time they have ever sat in front of a camera! So many things for them to think about, hair, make up, expression, do I smile do I look moody….
For me, there’s only one important thing. The eyes! Get them to say everything! It’s not easy to do but it makes the portrait work. If the eyes are dead, all the hard work with make up and hair will be wasted.
I shot student actress Jessica Bennett in natural light with just a reflector to accentuate her eyes, no need for anything else.
School of Rock the musical has taken the West End by storm, most recently winning the Olivier award for outstanding achievement in music. M.A.D photography recently worked on a shoot with one of the musical’s young stars, Grace Schneider, who can currently be seen playing the role of Marcy. Grace has also appeared as a young Drew Barrymore in feature film ‘Miss You Already’.
Grace is represented by A&J Management http://www.ajmanagement.co.uk/
Check out the link below to get all the tips on great head shots for child.