Peter Hurley: The Art Behind The Headshot DVD Pre-Order Begins Now

Update: The DVD is now Available for purchase here.
A few months ago Patrick and I flew up to NYC and filmed our first ever full length DVD (dual DVD actually) with Peter Hurley. The DVD is still being edited but we can finally see an end in sight.

Initially we didn't plan on having a pre-order but when Peter Hurley decided to start teaching workshops, we decided to create a special pre-order deal. When the dual DVD is released, it will cost $300. If you purchase it before October 1st, 2011, we will give you a $300 credit towards any of Peter's workshops (and this can be used at any time) so you are actually getting the DVD for free. Peter is also going to personally sign all of the pre-ordered DVDs. Patrick and I are working as fast as we can to edit this DVD while managing and also shooting a wedding every weekend. Things are busy but we hope to have this DVD released sometime this summer. Head over to Hurley's website to sign up for "The Headshot Intensive," his new 2 day workshop. There are currently 4 slots left for his first workshop on May 21-22.

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What's the word on when this thing is heading out?

Kon Iatrou's picture

Hey Peter, pre-ordered last week, can't wait ... going straight to the pony tail chapter first up!!

$300 - no brainer man, seriously looking at flying from Melbourne Australia to meet you and do your course later this year. In 2008 I flew to Venice/Italy for 7 days to attend a 5 day Wedding seminar with Yervant.Z also from Melb Australia. After that I could 'see' the light like never before. It's always important to invest in your own education each year else you get left behind.

Well done Peter :)

Ok so I spoke Lauren after purchasing the "DVD" and she made it clear that it was never on disk and wasn't going to be. But the pre-order deal offering a signed copy and at least one of the ad-shots seem to indicate that this was actually going to be put on disk. When did that change? I assume the why was to save the production/shipping costs.

The $300 was a non-issue btw, that didn't even slow me down. The value is totally worth the cost.