I shoot in a very relaxed manner. When I photograph children I like them to think of it more as a play-date, rather than they have to be on their best behaviour for a photoshoot. I want them and you to feel as relaxed as possible
there is a crack in everything. that's how the light gets in
family home sessions
My home sessions are real and raw, and very much based on your ‘normal’ what ever that may be. I come to your home early in the morning and document your daily routine. They are and they are for families who want honest memories of this time right now. You will receive about 150 images, available to download.
family portrait sessions
My family portrait sessions are ideal for those of you would love portraits of you and your family, captured in a beautiful non-cheesy way. I shoot these in my home in oxford, and you can book in advance on a day and time that is convenient for you. The session takes around 40mins and you receive 20 stunning images, available to download.
family mini sessions
My mini sessions are for families who are short of time, and would just like some super cool photos of them with their gang. I only offer these sessions twice a year so please join my mailing list below to be kept in the loop. The shoot takes 20mins, and You will 5 images, available to download, and have the opportunity to purchase more.
29th SEPT 2019
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The Oxford Wedding Blog
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