This runs the risk of being one of those trite, over-used phrases if not handled with care. So I’m going to treat this subject with kid gloves I promise. Why? Because I genuinely believe there is good to be found in the bad. However difficult that is to hear.
Most of our family shoots take place in our lovely big studio space, but sometimes clients want to venture outside and at certain times of year that can be just perfect.
This precious little one was born after a long journey which makes her even more special than you can imagine. Her big brother clearly doted on her and this family were an absolute pleasure to have in the studio.
The Christening Robe is from Samuel’s Mum’s family and is 100 years old. It was escorted by Granny the evening before and returned straight after. Truth be known I was terrified to touch it! It was a real honour getting to capture a little piece of this family’s history.
To help you with those all important little details on your wedding day, I’ve put our fifteen plus years of wedding planning into one helpful wedding planning essentials kit.
Destination family photoshoots are always a treat for us. On what was one of the hottest days in 2019 I spent the morning on Calton Hill with this lovely family.
This newborn photoshoot was a special one for so many reasons. I photographed Mum and Dad’s wedding at Melville Castle back in 2007. So I was delighted that I was […]
This shoot was Baby Rhona’s first and there is so much to love: from the interaction between the girls to her super-cute (and gifted) green dress. Goes to show that not all newborn shoots need to avoid clothes.
As a gift to their brand new grandson William’s grandparents gave him his first photoshoot. That has to be up there as a top newborn gift.