Located in Forsyth County, GA

Specializing in actor headshots and auditions- that’s what I do. I love every minute of it, and very client is a rock star.  I know what agents and casting directors expect from a professional headshot and auditions. Clicking away at actor headshots since 2000, I use natural lighting since it is the most flattering and even type of lighting. Affordable and fun, I hope you enjoy your headshot sessions as much as I do! Taping auditions in my studio is always relaxed and easy!

CREDENTIALS: Jackie holds a BFA in Performance and Film Studies from Chapman University’s theatre and film department in Orange, California, one of the country’s most elite film schools.  Camera operator was always her favorite behind-the-scenes job. She studied under Professor Tom Bradac, a founder of Shakespeare Orange County, Professor Michael Nehring, Professor Ron Thronson, and under several instructors in London. Her roots of acting are based in Stanislavsky, Feldenkrais, and Alexander Technique.  Jackie has performed, studied, and taught acting in England, California, and now Atlanta.  As the founder, Creative Director, and PR Director of CATCo, a non-profit community theatre in north metro Atlanta, Jackie managed to provide high quality entertainment and acting/crew opportunities through plays, musicals, a murder mystery troupe, a radio theatre troupe, and through a new playwright’s initiative. Currently, besides her own acting and actor-services, this jackie-of-many-trades volunteers as a camera operator and tech director for North Point media.


I have to give mention to my father.  He was a photographer in WWII and always carried photos of the horrific Holocaust as a reminder and as proof.  Geology was his passion, but he was the kind of dad who had a camera around his neck everywhere he went…and several different types of cameras flooding his shelves.  My dad was still an active and successful geologist in Southern California, climbing the hills and wielding his pick, until an unrelated accident led to his death at age 82.

Thank you, daddy.  I miss you and will see you soon.  You would be proud that I have carried on your tradition of being the annoying picture-taker (I can hear him laughing now)
Psalm 121: 1-2


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