Dating headshots, matchmaking, coaching, and events

GetSetDate is a dating consultancy that serves singles looking to cultivate romantic relationships. We help our clients articulate their relationship preferences, better understand their individual dating styles and relationship goals, and present their best selves to potential partners. GSD serves singles in New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.

You are not a collection of facts. We are not an algorithm. Together, we take a human approach to dating. 


What we offer:

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Photography

Everyone knows you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but in the world of online dating, first impressions matter. The right lighting, angle, and clothing can transform your profile from a tepid "maybe" to a sizzling "yes please". We work with you to take a variety of photos that represent your personality, whether it's a specific hobby that you have or a specific place that you enjoy visiting. To learn more, go here

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EVENTS

Events are a hassle-free, low-key way of meeting other singles in a curated environment. We host a variety of different dating events including cocktail parties, wine tastings, and speed dating. These events are great for both extroverts as well as introverts, as we have matchmakers taking on "wing-man" and "wing-woman" roles at each event. To learn more and sign up for our mailing list, contact us here

 

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MATCHMAKING

You have a thriving career and limited time to spend with friends and family, let alone date. You’re tired of swiping through profile after profile and scheduling first date after first date. That’s where we come in. We help you build a comprehensive strategy for navigating the rapidly changing world of both online and offline dating. Depending on your specific needs, we can assist with online dating profile management, dating coaching, date sourcing, and more. To learn more, contact us here


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