I know I've been a bit slow blogging recently - but I promise I have not been resting on my laurels :) I am not only busy moving house, but getting ready to launch my website within the next 2 weeks!
That being said, I will also have limited internet connection for the next 2 weeks, so please bear
with me, it will be worth it in the end!
Keep an eye out for details on the website launch - as I will be giving away a COMPLIMENTARY lifestyle shoot!
Friday, August 26, 2011
Monday, August 15, 2011
Helena & Phil got married at the new Norwich venue, The Space. I was asked by photographer Jemma Mickleburgh to second shoot this wedding, which was anything but boring, seeing the best man and ushers serenaded the bride with song and dance that would have made any boy band jealous!
The reception continued at Dunston Hall, with the decor creating a beautiful vintage and 'olden days' feel. I couldn't help but edit the photos in that same mood. To love and happiness!
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Thursday, August 11, 2011
Marli and Riaan are close friends of mine, and I was delighted when they asked me to take some photographs of them! They are both quite camera shy, so I felt honoured that they felt comfortable enough to ask me (I think most of the shots of Riaan's laughing were nervous laughter more than anything else!) Never the less - I think they did brilliantly and we got some gorgeous pictures!
I had spotted this field of flowers a couple of weeks prior to the shoot, and knew it would be the perfect location, as they are both nature lovers. It is such a blessing every time I see the delight on couples' faces when they see their images - even more so if they are you're friends!
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Labels: Couple Shoot
Sunday, August 07, 2011
When I was asked to photograph six (yes you heard right..six as in half a dozen) children I really was not sure what to expect. The 6 cousins (3 pairs of siblings) included: the twins, Megan and David (14), Jack (9) and Amy (6) and last but not least Molly (5) and Oliver (21 months). The photographs were to be a special gift for their grandparents :) I had so much fun watching the cousins interact with each other and I could see they really loved one another and enjoy each others company. We had some good laughs along the way as Oliver clearly didn't understand the need to sit still while he could be running around in the park instead - hence when he did sit still the older kids had to pounce into position around him, ready to smile!