The Indie Series Awards is partnering with The Headshot Truck, the world's first ever mobile photography studio for actors, on photos for the 6th Annual ISAs ceremony and Official After Party on April 1st.
During the ceremony, The Headshot Truck will be the place for photos of the ISA6 winners with their sparkling new crystal awards. This will give them instant access to share awards photos on social media and email. It will also be a fun added bonus for attendees during the Official After Party.
"I have heard so many wonderful things about The Headshot Truck," says Indie Series Awards founder Roger Newcomb. "We are thrilled to be partnering with their fantastic team to help make a great night even better, creating even more special memories as we celebrate the very best in independently produced web series."
"We're very excited about this event!" add William Harper, co-founder and manager of The Headshot Truck. "I think it's gonna be a ton of fun!"
The Indie Series Awards celebrate the best in independently produced, scripted entertainment created for the Web. The 6th Annual ISAs are being held at the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood on April 1, hosted by Emmy winner Eric Martsolf.
Made by actors for actors, The Headshot Truck has been called “the most LA thing to ever happen to Los Angeles” by Los Angeles Magazine. The Headshot Truck brings a complete premier photo studio experience to the road. Every aspect of the headshot process has been meticulously crafted and honed by experienced experts. The truck is filled with modern amenities, including a full makeup station, a wardrobe preparation area, a wireless image review system, professional studio lighting equipment, and a climate control system - all on wheels. Rounded out with a stylishly appointed interior and eye-catching exterior, The Headshot Truck brings an outstanding headshot experience to its clients across the greater Los Angeles area come rain, shine, or heat wave.
Co-founded by Adam Hendershott, William Harper, and Zac Hardy over their mutual frustration with the headshot process, The Headshot Truck was designed from the ground up with the actor in mind. Hendershott, a commercial portrait and celebrity photographer, states, “I was an actor for over twenty years and always hated getting my headshots done. They’re such a crucial tool in this industry, yet more often than not are stressful and expensive. Not anymore.”
Clients can book sessions through the company’s website, www.theheadshottruck.com, or via phone (844-LA-PHOTO). In addition to actors’ headshots, The Headshot Truck also specializes in business and corporate portraits; the truck can even turn into an interactive photo booth for weddings and events. With their extended offerings and ability to travel just about anywhere, Hendershott adds, “It’s the best way to get shot in LA.”
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