Posted on June 9, 2021
I was looking back on pictures from last year to add them to my ‘lockdown memories’ folder and I didn’t realise how much the little ones have grown! Last lockdown was quite amazing (compared to the 3rd one we had). There was sunshine, BBQs, gardening, no home-schooling and a lot of family time. We spent a lot of time growing fruit and vegetables and enjoyed watching the kids pick and eat strawberries straight from the garden! I wish I had my camera out a lot more to document every little thing!
Always take pictures, even if it’s just on your phone and not the best. Time flies so fast that you will always regret that you didn’t take more. And better than that, make sure you’re always in them, too! 🙂
Posted on September 23, 2020
It’s time for our yearly competition to win a free outdoors shoot with 8 digital images!Read More
Posted on July 1, 2020
I’m happy to say that the studio is finally open after the Covid-19 lockdown! Saying it has been hectic is an understatement, with having to cancel and reschedule a lot of shoots. Luckily, all my lovely clients have been ever so patient, understanding and pleasant about the entire situation!
Despite it being a strange, challenging and worrying time for us all, I managed to dedicate my time to my family, spending it with my kids, dog and husband in a way that we haven’t been able to in a very long time. And despite homeschooling, working from home, managing what feels like 20 meals a day, an endless clutter of toys and stepping on lego 3 times a day, we have managed to keep smiles on our faces and strawberries in our mouths!Read More
Posted on September 21, 2018
Little Aveneet’s 1st cake smash went amazingly well. With parents who aren’t afraid to get messy, it made it all the more fun!
Posted on December 29, 2017
Beeeeeautiful, little Olivia! <3 She is one of a kind, there is no denying that! Such a sweet and gentle little girl, always off on one of her adventures when she should be posing for the camera but that’s what makes her Oli!
I have always wanted to do a shoot like this. I asked mum what kind of picture she wanted of her and Oli and she said ‘nurturing.’ So when she started to feed, mum was happy for me to carry on.
I didn’t actually realise how beautiful and powerful the image was until I got around to editing it. It shows that mum is so confident with feeding her little one that she does not care who is around her, which is the way it should be. It shows the bond between the two. It speaks so many words!
This does not show that breast feeding is the only way to nurture your little one. It shows that all you need is love and nothing else. Never doubt yourself on how you are raising your baby. Always be proud and confident in what you want to do for your little one, just like this beautiful lady is proud to breast feed!
Never shy away from feeding in public and never feel that you have to justify why you are bottle feeding.
Breast or bottle fed, being fed and loved is the best