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The Single Mother Of All Journeys – guest blog

Last week, local mum-to-be, Kimbo, visited my studio for her maternity shoot – she wanted images that captured her bump and who she was … flouncy maternity dresses – pyjamas captured her pregnancy bump better she announced! And so we had a lovely time creating images that captured “her” in her pregnancy. Kimbo is also […]

Posted on 8 Feb, 2019

Take Better Holiday Photographs

My top 10 tips for better snaps of your family on holiday this year This January, my hubby, and I took a Winter sun break to the Maldives to celebrate Matt turning 40 this month. LUCKY, LUCKY US! There aren’t enough words to describe just how magical and stunning this place is! And is often the case for me, […]

Posted on 23 Jan, 2019

A new year’s resolution: take your family time travelling!

Make this the year you print your photos How many of you have used your phone this week over the holiday period to take a picture of the moment your kids saw their presents under the tree? Or that lovely feast you produced on Christmas day? Or the ice-skating trip? I’ve seen them….all over Facebook […]

Posted on 7 Jan, 2019

A Portrait With Mum Mini photo shoots 2019 – Kent studio photography

Most mums struggle with appearing in their family images….often because they are the ones taking the photos when out and about but also, because it’s all to easy to bow out of having a photograph when you can come up with excuses such as “ugh, I haven’t got any make-up on today”, or “I never […]

Posted on 4 Jan, 2019

Training with Gary Hill – creating a dance photoshoot

This past year, I’ve been working with a training mentor, Gary Hill, and a group of other fabulous photographers to really push our work on to the next level. The course, “Progress to Success” has been a real joy to attend, mainly due to working with such friendly and helpful people, but also because Gary […]

Posted on 28 Sep, 2018

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