\documentclass[11pt, a4paper]{awesome-cv} % A4 paper size by default, use 'letterpaper' for US letter

\fontdir[fonts/] % Specify the location of the included fonts

% Color for highlights
\colorlet{awesome}{awesome-red} % Default colors include: awesome-emerald, awesome-skyblue, awesome-red, awesome-pink, awesome-orange, awesome-nephritis, awesome-concrete, awesome-darknight
%\definecolor{awesome}{HTML}{CA63A8} % Uncomment if you would like to specify your own color

% Colors for text - uncomment and modify

\headersocialsep[\quad\textbar\quad] % If you would like to change the social information separator from a pipe (|) to something else

%   Comment any of the lines below if they are not required

\name{Claud D.}{Park}
\address{246-1002, Gwangmyeongmayrouge Apt. 86, Cheongna lime-ro, Seo-gu, Incheon-si, 404-180, Rep. of KOREA}
\mobile{(+82) 10-9030-1843}


\position{Software Engineer{\enskip\cdotp\enskip}Security Expert} % Your expertise/fields
\quote{``Make the change that you want to see in the world."} % A quote or statement

\makecvfooter{\today}{Claud D. Park~~~·~~~Résumé}{\thepage} % Specify the letter footer with 3 arguments: (<left>, <center>, <right>), leave any of these blank if they are not needed



\makecvheader % Print the header

%   Each section is imported separately, open each file in turn to modify content



  • 1
    Which picture? Upload to what? – Bernard Jun 21 '16 at 23:16
  • Passport size picture at left side on the top with name – Micky K Jun 21 '16 at 23:21

The following patch updated \makecvheader to insert an image to the left of the name. It's set using a left overlap so as to maintain the regular layout.


\patchcmd{\makecvheader}% <cmd>
  {\headerfirstnamestyle}% <search>
  {\leavevmode% Start paragraph
   \llap{% Left overLAP
   \includegraphics[height=29pt]{example-image-9x16}\qquad}% Passport image + space
   \headerfirstnamestyle}% <replace>
  {}{}% <success><failure>

just before \begin{document}.

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