Ballet, Bunnies and Buzz – a family shoot

There’s something about creating a family shoot. For me it’s about knowing that I’m capturing a magical time in a family’s life and helping them to remember the wonder of it all (which gets lost so easily in the drudge of daily life). I like to think that the photos on the wall will inspire […]

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Come into the Garden of Ninfa…

Some say it is the most romantic garden in the world. The strange, lost, paradisical garden of Ninfa. Once a Medieval village that was deserted and has remained a ruin so well preserved that it gives a perfect idea of how a Medieval Italian village would have been. Since then it has been transformed into […]

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First Faith

I loved photographing these First Holy Communion ceremonies at St Joseph’s Church, Highgate. Children combine fun with faith in a very moving way, I think. Here are a few reportage pictures from the day.  

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World Book Night, 23rd April 2013; a better Valentine’s Day?

I love this idea! 23rd April is St George’s Day in both England and Catalonia, and apparently traditionally Spanish gentlemen gave their ladies a rose and the ladies returned the favour with a book.I really think this tradition ought to be brought back. Don’t you? It seems far more romantic than Valentine’s Day. Firstly, I […]

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Nathalie and Frederik

I must admit I’m a bit in awe of this brilliant family and their two lovely kids. Nathalie and Frederik have clearly created such a happy environment for their family and I love their magical secret garden tucked away in Highgate amongst the trees. Is it just me or are French children better behaved than […]

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Autumn fun with the McNamees

Ooops. A bit behind with my blogging – this shoot was last Autumn! I loved photographing this wonderful family. Here is a selection of pictures from their shoot. Apologies for the weird frames – you need to click on each picture to see it. I need to adjust my blog settings but I haven’t had […]

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