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Choosing your family photographer

Working as a photographer truly has taught me a lot about life!

These are the moments that matter, the same moments we forget all too soon but wish we could remember forever!

More importantly, they’re the moments I want to capture for you! Whether it be that gummy 6 month old grin, or the quiet stillness of your new born – and all of the parts and pieces you have been waiting so long to see… or maybe it’s the not-so-quiet whirl of your 2 year old running through a pile of leaves! Best of all, what if it’s her love for princesses and fairy tales you want captured or his incredible imagination!

No matter what it is we will find it, we will capture it and we will laugh a whole lot doing it because no session with me is anything close to posed, serious or quiet… ummm helloooo the kids run the show! You see the thing is, these truly are the in’s and out’s of our everyday – and these little things, these little moments, well they are what makes us who we are. And when patched together, these moments make up the story of our lives!

How do we make it happen? Well, it’s simple! Your first choice is usually between a studio session or what we call lifestyle photography – which is a shoot at a location of your choice! Zoo? Beach? Forest walk, what about your own back garden? I’ve even taken photos from a helicopter! We love variety, which is why I offer both. In the studio you can forget about what the weather’s doing outside and choose from a huge amount of backdrops including rose gold sparkles, simple white, charcoal grey and turquoise blue (our most popular one) . Outside your kids have that little bit more freedom to run, twirl, cartwheel – whatever! Sessions start at just £35 for styled mini sessions or £55 for the standard one hour studio session – and that includes prints. Send me a PM on Facebook or text 07528 845150 to chat.

“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything”

Aaron Siskind

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