I had great fun in the week photographing these twins. What happy little boys they were! We did a combination of different shots within their home including individuals, boys together and then with the proud parents. Only five minutes into the shoot baby Zachery (left) had a fit of the giggles and this was the first time he had done this. It was so lovely to be part of this special milestone.
I suggested Lacock for the shoot which seemed a popular choice.
We met a chilly Sunday morning with the remains of snow on the ground. The shoot took just under an hour and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. We got some great family shots too!!!!!
During the shoot unbeknown to us Rich Kenington a local race photographer snapped a shot of us, it wasn’t until I returned and looked on Facebook that evening that I found out. Rich said he was on his return to the car after a race and saw us through the tree and know it would make for an interesting shot. It just proves what a small world we live in! I would like to thank Rich for a copy of his photo, its rare someone gets my in front of the camera!
Over the weekend I was asked to photograph my friends cats. I do not very often get the opportunity to photograph peoples animals. Why is this? Some people see their animals as an extension of their families, often just as loved as children. I can’t wait to photograph more animals; they certainly keep me on my toes! wow what fun.
This post is dedicated to Rose aka “crazy cat lady”.
Up until now I have relied solely on word of mouth and my new website, Oh and what wonders it has done! I believe in making each client 100% happy and hoping that they continue to pass on good words to their friends for many years. Always hoping i’ll see then again if they choose t
I felt it was time to get my name out there but this time in print. So when Wiltshire council contacted me about their wedding registration service I jumped at the chance of getting into their Wedding Guide. Shown is the advert we will all be looking out for…….