So here we were, midday in 30 degree heat. Gemma and myself will often get all the kids together and do some test shots of some weird and wonderful ideas we suddenly come up with. We definitely have children with 'Photographers Syndrome', for those of you who don't know this is where your children learn to HATE you. They will REFUSE to get in front of the camera, they will cry, make their fresh white clean clothes filthy dirty and just generally ruin any idea you had...enough
Oh Lucas stop growing....!
Darling little (scratch that....) big grown up Lucas, with his big boy hair cut. It was so lovely to see this boy and his wonderful mother Kerry.
Every time we have met, Lucas has been pure joy. So comfortable in front of the camera and so so handsome it makes my heart sing every time I look through the lens!
Weather for this day was a little sketchy, Kerry and I had been messaging updates to each-other, placing our bets on how long we'd ge
Oh how I loved spending time with this family. I first met Charlotte just under a year ago for her son, Ezra's, First Birthday cake smash, these are still some of my favourite images I've ever taken. When Charlotte booked us in for the Lavender fields I just knew I would fall in love with her family all over again. Charlotte and I have a unique connection in that her son was born just 2 weeks apart from my daughter and she was also due her baby 2 weeks apart from mine this ye
Baby Emily turns 1
I first met mummy Kat when her first baby was born, since then we have stayed in contact and done quite a few shoots together.
Today we went into the woods to do our own take on the "cake smash" photoshoot. We don't tend to conform to the standard box ticking on most subjects, so for us, the natural backdrop was a obvious choice.
Off to the woods we went...
After a little gentle encouragement from mum, baby Emily got stuck in - chocolate cake chu