From this photographic record I can piece together my family story and make tangible those half-recalled memories and fleeting
Published and award-winning documentary family photographer based in London. I specialise in capturing the real, raw and unscripted moments of family life to create stunning natural and contemporary portraits to treasure for a lifetime. Natural, relaxed, unposed family photography. No fake smiles or awkward grins, just natural personalities, expressions and gesture shining through.
Give Your Family Photos The 'Royal Treatment' And Take Photos Of Your Kids' Milestones As Good As The Duchess'
Unless you’ve been on a January detox retreat in the Himalayas with no access to news or internet, you won’t have missed
09/01/2018 15:06 GMT
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas with all this snow and cold weather! If you’re feeling the festive spirit then
19/12/2017 14:04 GMT
Bear with me here. The onset of shorter - and let's face it, drearier - days and bracing weather doesn't mean you have to put off that outdoor family photo session until the summer. Winter portraits can make for an interesting change and some stunning portraits despite the chill factor.
06/11/2017 11:33 GMT
1. Start indoors. Get the kids playing with their toys or on an imaginary adventure and get the camera out. They'll love showing you - and the camera - what they're doing and an invitation into their world can bring about some great shots. If it's rainy outside a good old-fashioned raindrop on the window race can make for some great reflection images.
23/10/2017 11:43 BST
So when did you last take a photograph? And when did you last print one? I'm willing to bet you probably took at least one photo today on your phone. But I'll bet you haven't printed any photos in a very long time unless you've just had school portraits done or got married!
26/09/2017 14:01 BST
As a south London documentary and lifestyle fine art family photographer it will be no surprise that I have a love of photographs and documenting family life. One way or another I've been documenting the lives of my children since the moment they breathed their first.
11/09/2017 15:13 BST
I do manage to get an occasional good photo even of my own two children. Obviously I also have 20 years of experience and training behind me and a wealth of technical knowledge which does help. But here are my top tips that anyone can follow:
25/08/2017 15:02 BST
I've taken some great photos and even had them published in my press photographer days with a small basic camera because that's what was in my bag when the photo moment arose. Most of us always have a phone on us and for most phones these days the camera is pretty good.
14/08/2017 12:16 BST
Ah holidays - the sun, the sea, the days of relaxation stretching out in front of you .. the wrestling the suncream and hats onto the sandy kids ... the melted ice creams ... the sandy sandwiches ... the long summer holiday days to fill!
24/07/2017 14:43 BST
There will be a day when I'm not around and I want my kids to be able to look back and see me in their family albums - whether they be in an album or digitally on whatever social media forum is around then.
13/06/2017 12:22 BST
06/06/2017 11:58 BST
1. Put your best foot forward. Most people have a side they prefer and there's actually a science behind this. Take a look at photos of yourself that you do like work out which is your best side, and remember to put that side forward next time.
23/05/2017 11:59 BST
Spring Has Sprung, Summer Is Around The Corner, The Kids Are Having Fun: Time To Get The Camera Out!
Change your angle. Get down low on their level and let them invite you into their world. This is a great way to get them to relax in front of the camera. Ask them about their game. Talk while you shoot. Let them look the camera in the eye for some great engaging images.
10/05/2017 12:24 BST
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