Strike a pose – FREE headshot

Need a professional LinkedIn photo? Not a fan of your corporate headshot? Broadgate’s professional portrait photographer, Holly Wren, is here to help you improve your digital first impression on Tuesday 3 March.

We are now FULLY BOOKED. However, pop by the Broadgate Welcome Centre on Tuesday 3 March in case of cancellations and no-shows.


Headshots will take place in the Broadgate Welcome Centre from 10.30am to 5pm. Book your free place here. Places allocated on a first come, first served basis. 

Available sessions:

  • 10.30-11
  • 11-11.30
  • 11.30-12
  • 12-12.30 
  • 12.30-1
  • 1-1.30
  • 1.45-2.15
  • 2.15-2.45
  • 2.45-3.15
  • 3.15-3.30
  • 4-4.30
  • 4.30-5


Your LinkedIn-ready headshot will be photographed on a modern background in a studio set up. After the quick shoot you’ll be able to select and receive one retouched image for free. Extra images will be available for purchase. Your free image will be emailed to you directly. 

Broadgate Welcome Centre, 3 Finsbury Avenue Square, London EC2M 2PA

Holly Wren, Portrait Photographer

Holly Wren is a passionate, business minded photographer who set up her company with the aim of using still images to help drive sales and ultimately profit to individuals and businesses. Holly is available for consultations to discuss and help generate photographic ideas for you or your business. She regularly works with business owners, individuals and entertainment professionals to create successful portraits. Holly is also a Prince's Trust Young Ambassador.

Here are Holly’s top tips for how to get the most out a professional portrait sitting:

1. Be conscious of your expression. Think about the image you want to portray and reflect that in your facial expression - are you serious, fun or friendly? Consider which qualities you would consider important for your clients and try to channel that in your picture.

2. Dress appropriately. Make sure your outfit reflects what your existing and future clients and partners would expect to see when they meet you.

3. Engage the viewer. In life, if you lean towards a person you appear friendly, interested and engaged - the same can be applied to your photograph. Consider leaning your upper body towards the camera a little to help encourage your viewer to warm to you.


Contact Holly Wren
to book new corporate head shots for your office. 

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