My passion is for lifestyle photography, allowing you to do your own thing while I capture the most natural moments as they unfold during our session. I work with the natural light and use beautiful surroundings which are ideally meaningful to you.
My lifestyle shoots with you take place outdoors, typically in beautiful parks or countryside local to you. By having surroundings where you feel comfortable and have space to explore, I find that this provides the opportunity for the most natural connections between those in front of the camera.
These encompass a variety of shoots – couples, families, children – and can include things like pets, toys and scooters! Whatever you have in mind, get in touch and I’ll be happy to discuss your ideas.
A newborn shoot will typically take place during the second week after baby is born, around 10 days(ish). Naturally birth is unpredictable, so if these timings have to be changed we can work together to organise a suitable shoot date. A newborn session doesn’t have to take place this early in baby’s life though, it’s totally up to you… whenever you’re ready.
These sessions are longer than a typical lifestyle session to allow for feeds, naps, changes etc. To make things simpler for you they take place at your home, where both you and baby are comfortable and know the surroundings, and use natural light and any items you may wish to have included – for example blankets or favourite toys.
I love being able to photograph a baby in these early days, they change so much and so quickly that it’s lovely to be able to capture these memories for your family.
I'm not a dad just yet, but I can imagine what a daunting and exciting time becoming a parent for the first time is. Rebecca wanted to capture part of her journey to motherhood with a maternity shoot. Rebecca's due date was creeping up and so with that in mind we took a quick walk...
What better way to spend an afternoon than by photographing two people in love. Adam and Matthew wanted to have a couple photoshoot to capture memories that they could put up around their home and we went to Greenwich Park to do just that. They had warned me that they weren't exactly fond of being...
I think it's true for most people that some days just seem to roll into the next. When we meet up with friends and family it's all too often difficult to remember the last time we saw them. When we see children even after only a short time the absence can become even more obvious,...