Category Archives: Corporate Portraits




Corporate portraits in Perth! I understand the need for busy corporate staff and executives to have their professional corporate portraits done in their own office space.

I take my mobile studio and set up quickly. It’s work that I love. I also enjoy getting back to my office to edit and choosing the best images to deliver to the client. It’s often same day or next day delivery. They see all the images and then let me know which are the ones to retouch for their brochure.

My corporate portraits are made for use online and in printed material with individual clients often requesting images sized for Linked In, Twitter, Facebook etc.  Everyone needs to have a visual representation of who they are and what they do in order for potential clients to find and connect with them. Today’s successful businesses and entrepreneurs need quality headshots to help sell themselves or their services.

Call me if you would like to chat about your specific corporate portrait requirements.

Have a great day!


Good thing I wasn’t hungry when I went to photograph  Tutti Frutti in East Vic Park for a cinema ad because the yoghurt and toppings looked fabulously tasty. But Kathy insisted I left with a pot of yummy mango yoghurt with lashings of fresh fruit to enjoy later. Even though it was early in the morning all the talent turned up with big smiles and lots of jokes. I learned from Kathy that the frozen yoghurt with fresh fruit toppings (and also a good selection of naughty toppings) is very good for you. Well that’s a bonus.  Yummy! A huge thank you to all the people who helped to make the shoot. Kathy and George would love you to drop in if you are in the neighbourhood. It’s very close to the IGA on Albany Highway.Photograph by Abigail-HarmanTutti-Frutti_Abigail-Harman


It was a real pleasure to photograph Aussizz Migration for CINEads Australia.  We had a lot of fun fulfilling the brief for good personable images and they were very happy to take direction from me. We took some shots in the office first thing and then decided on a coffee shop nearby on St George’s Terrace. It was difficult for Aussizz to enlist a real client so I asked our beautiful waitress if she would sit with us and pretend to be the client. She was more than delighted to know she was going to be on the big screen! It was a hilarious ten minutes getting shots of them interacting.



The Serco Pulse Awards help celebrate people at every level and from every part of the company whose behaviours are making a difference – bringing service and Serco to life, and providing role models that help shape their businesses in the future. For these awards, energetic images are required both in a studio setting and also as they interact with others. It’s always fun helping them to showcase their personalities and come up with great imagery.