That’s a selfie of me above with my two children.
I’ve been photographing newborns and families since becoming a mother for the second time in 2015.
I’ve always been passionate about photography and an unexpected redundancy shortly after my son was born (yep – true story) reminded me that the corporate world wasn’t for me. Instead of searching for jobs while on maternity leave, I decided to upgrade my camera with my redundancy money and study photography.
Everything happens for a reason. I haven’t looked back since.
Photography is my creative outlet. It allows me to freeze time and preserve memories and our journey as a family.
When I’m not taking photos, you will probably find me at the gym, drinking tea and discretely eating biscuits, or organising and reorganising my home.
Oh – I should mention that my work has been published and featured in Vogue. It doesn’t get boring to say that.
Take a look at some photos I’ve snapped of my own family. These are the kind of pictures I’d love to take for you.
You’re looking for meaningful photographs of your family – photos that represent your family honestly.
You want to cling on to the hazy newborn days and the overwhelming love you feel for your baby.
You’ve looked through my work and you can picture yourself running free with your kids outside and playing silly games with them.
If you’re looking for more traditional portraits (like nursery/school photos) or posed newborn shots, then sadly I’m not the right fit for you. I won’t be putting your newborn into a bucket or asking you to say cheese at the camera. That’s not my style.