Complete Guide to Mastering Corporate Portrait Photography




Come along with Joe Brady as he meets up with the successful and talented New York City based photographer Lee White for a corporate portrait shoot on location.

Lee began his career as an editorial photographer and also made history as the first African-American photographer to work in a commercial studio in the State of New Jersey.

He has photographed many American Presidents, including George Bush Sr. and Bill Clinton, plus the leaders of industry from such companies as JP Morgan, PepsiCo, Verizon and IBM.

Watch with us as Lee’s calm demeanour and his experience photographing people of all positions, creeds, shapes, sizes and skin tones will provide an unique glimpse into how one masters Corporate Portrait Photography.

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