Boston Headshot Business Portrait Photography by Walpole MA Headshot Photographer, Dan Busler

As an Actor, Model or Business Professional you know that your skill and talent is your most important asset.

But it’s often your headshot that they’ll use to choose you and remember you. And you do want them to remember You ! 

Totally awesome – wickedly talented – confident – believable – handsome – beautiful – approachable – stunning – striking – … You! 

I’m committed to giving you memorable images.


Boston Executive Headshot Photography by Walpole MA Headshot Photographer, Dan Busler {Corey Elizabeth}

Corey is heading into grad school and so we got together for some “grad school” – type serious headshots. 

Which in Corey’s case was no that easy … hey I tried to make her look boring and corporate and “buttoned down” … I couldn’t .  HA! 

Luckily she’s heading into marketing, so her smile and “dead-on” gaze (which of course I coax all my clients to give me) looks just fine!


Medfield High Senior Photography by Walpole MA Senior Portrait Photographer, Dan Busler {Sam}

I told Sam that I saw a CEO position in his future. There’s a certain quiet confidence in the way he looks at the camera … and that’s how we get these great images. 

But for now, he has to finish his Senior year of high school. The rest?  We’ll have to wait to find out.


Cherish the Corny – Cherish the Boring – Cherish Each Moment {Photographs}

Hey Dan … are you feeling a bit down today? 

Yea, a bit, I came across a few pictures of when my kids and I visited my Mom in Pennsylvania in August 2004, yes, 10 years ago.  (We only got to see her a couple of times a year … my fault) 

It was just a visit. We had simple conversations, sat around and watched TV, went to visit people in town, went out for ice cream when we got bored, made hot dogs with cheese on them, looked at my Mom’s tomato plants.  


Five years later my Mom had died.


I think the iPhone (insert your favorite mobile device name here) camera is the greatest invention. Better than the instant camera to be sure. 


I’m a professional photographer and I tell people that they should shoot a billion pictures a year with their phones, save them to hard drives and put them in a safe …”But Dan, I’ll never look at them, it’s a waste … they’ll just sit there”


Yep, they’ll just sit there until one day … ten years … twenty years from now you or your kids or grand kids will pull them out and get to see the exact moment when you were younger and they were too. 

The moments do rush by – they do blur and they do fade away. But a photograph waits patiently for you until you need it so that you might hold those precious memories in your heart once again.