I'll keep this post short and sweet because I think the photo's speak for themselves really. Here's my pal Charlie with her new arrival Mabel, just at home on a sunny afternoon. They are both just so happy and I think there's nothing better to see than a parent in love with their new born. It seems like Mabel grows at the speed of lightening. Every time I see her, her face changes a little bit. No time like the present for capturing these small moments. #BirminghamFamilyPhoto
Its been nearly a year since I last met up with these guys for some family photos. I LOVE that I get to repeat the process of photographing families a year on. So many things have changed, yet it all feels comfortable and familiar. Maddie has now happily found her feet. She pretty much tears around the house and garden and is super inquisitive. She also possesses the power to knock you down with her frown - its one that goes straight through you and you find yourself asking '
VIRTUAL STUDIO LAUNCH - PART 1: LOOKING OUT OVER THE SEA
I’m writing this newsletter on a Thursday. I’ve been in my studio for exactly four days and I feel like I’m in a good position to describe the ‘moving in’ experience. I've sat here each morning and had coffee on my sofa, strategically placed just under the window. Outside of the window has looked pretty much the same every morning - there appears to be a heavy blue/grey line of cloud over the horizon. Its a really fla
Bal has a lovely family. Her son is very expressive and has an amazing imagination. Her daughter is so much wiser and older than her years let on. She is super protective over her brother and also their Jack Russell pup. I got to know them through SAFS in Smethwick, Birmingham. I've worked with SAFS on a number of occasions, they do amazing work with families with disability. Bal's family were dubious about going out of the house, so we did the whole mini-shoot in their garde