Leave a Comment · Posted on July 21, 2017
This family photoshoot took place in Nunney Castle in Somerset.
I had never done a photoshoot in Nunney before, in fact i’ve only really ever passed through Nunney on my way to somewhere else, but I was very pleased to be visiting Nunney and especially the castle.
The castle is really lovely.
Leave a Comment · Posted on June 14, 2017
In honour of my youngest child leaving primary school at the end of July (where has that time gone!) I’m going to offer up mini photos shoots on Sat 15th July.
Mini shoots are a lot shorter than a full photoshoot which is why they are cheeper. You simply come to my studio on a particular day and at a particular time and the whole shoot takes between 10-20 minutes.
I then edit the photographs and send you a link to a password protected mini website where you can view all the photographs ready for you to choose your favourites Read More
Leave a Comment · Posted on April 19, 2017
Becky and Gary are such a sweet couple and of course they had an incredibly pretty, hand made, crafty, clever and whimsical style of wedding. Becky and all her bridesmaids got ready in her immaculate house (my house is never that tidy) and she was so chilled that even when children turned up she kept her cool.
Becky and the wedding party were transported to the wedding in a beautiful vintage bus, which really fitted her theme.
The wedding was at the local church and photographs were taken outside the church because that’s where her parents had been married 20+ years ago.
The reception was in the local village hall and they’d decorated it beautifully, I loved the table decorations of yellow buttons which matched the bridesmaids dresses, I also loved the sweetie bar and visited that area often.
Leave a Comment · Posted on April 17, 2017
I do love photographing weddings, I love the fact that what I photograph is taken out of my hands and all I can do is document what unfolds in front of me. I am simply a documentary photographer, trying to ensure that I am where the action is at all times (not always possible), trying to stay near the bride and groom whilst giving them room to breathe, and trying to capture all the little moments that happen, those interactions between people as they come together to celebrate an immensely important day in two peoples lives.
I also love the fact that you never know what is going to happen next, well obviously there’s a timeline that hopefully gets stuck to, but you just never know what the children will do next, or what will be said at the speaches, or what the drunk uncle or cousin will say next.
Weddings are fun.
This wedding was simply gorgeous, everything about it was beautiful and relaxed and happy, everybody was happy, well i think everybody was happy, or they were when i turned my camera on them. Read More
Leave a Comment · Posted on April 7, 2017
I’ve photographed quite a few events at Charlton House which is based just outside Shepton Mallet, i’ve shot a few weddings and now i’ve also photographed an 80th birthday celebration.
Leave a Comment · Posted on January 24, 2017
I did a photoshoot down in Spargrove back in November on a lovely sunny Sunday morning with this fab family.
We’d been watching the weather and were really hoping that the rain would hold off and it did! We were so lucky because the sunshine came out and shone down on us even though it was early in the morning.
The girls were in matching outfits which I always love and in fact the whole family really blended in together, I think they might have read my What to Wear section on my FAQ page.
Leave a Comment · Posted on January 17, 2017
The Curry family got in contact to update their family photographs because the last time i did a photo shoot for them was around three years ago, it was lovely to see them all again.
The last time i did it it was a gloriously sunny day and this time bizarrely even though it had been raining quite a bit, on the morning of the shoot it was so hot it was sweltering, but we managed just fine.
(other photographers will sympathise with me on the issues that arise from bright sunshine and midday sun)
This time the Curry family had the grandparents staying so they joined in as well and they were really good sports.
I love their house, they have this amazing decking / viewing platform which looks over the valley, it’s so gorgeous, though a little hot when the sun shines down.
Leave a Comment · Posted on January 10, 2017
Dorothy House turned 40 in September last year. (https://www.dorothyhouse.org.uk)
To celebrate this event they had a thanksgiving service in Bath Abbey and I was asked to photograph this thanksgiving service.
A lady called Pru Dufour started the Hospice in 1976, and the service gave thanks to her as well as allowing the opportunity to reflect on the work of the Hospice, the patients, their families and carers that have been touched by the hospice’s care over the last 40 years.