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family photography Tag

Proposal & a Pooch

On the hottest day this year, I went along to Paws Adventure Park to meet Steph, Nick and their spaniel named Loki. Yes he is named after the God of Mischief! You would be expecting a big green park area somewhere in Hinckley. However, having...

Sunny morning at Kilworth House

Congratulations to the beautiful Amy & Michael who married in an intimate ceremony on a beautifully hot sunny morning at Kilworth House. I joined them after the ceremony for some photographs in the grounds. Amy is the most incredible baker (Bunny Bakery UK) and we must...

Baby Harry

It's always lovely to do any family photo session, but when there is a baby it makes it extra special; both for them and me! I loved this session with newborn baby Harry. When Harry took a little break, their dog, popped up on the...

A Beach Life…

A Beach Life Ah, the holiday road. I could totally spend the rest of my days happily living a beach life. Some years back I went to California and did the Highway 1 road trip. After an eventful and hilarious adventure and reading and being inspired by...

Memories to last a lifetime

What I love about photography is the memories it captures. I was honoured to have been given the privilege of capturing the celebrations to mark Susan & John's respective 65th and 70th birthdays and their joint retirement. What an achievement all in one year! The...

What makes a great photograph?

This is such a subjective question but I think there are definitely elements that contribute to making a great photograph. Whilst you may have an idea of what you are looking to achieve before you start, or your subject having given you an expectation is...

Boys will be boys

Herbie is the perfect subject when it comes to portraits...

Stunning Pembrokeshire

I didn't know you could actually drive over 4 hours from the middle of the country, west and still be on land. When we planned a short weekend trip there recently, I had figured it would take us 3 hours, maybe 3 and a half...