Hello and welcome! I am a baby, child and family photographer based in Muswell Hill, North London. I absolutely love what I do which I hope shows in the photographs that I've taken. I shoot only with natural light (no imposing studio lighting here) at your home or on location which give my images a very personal and natural style. I hope you enjoy reading my blog and looking at my photos, if you would like to make a booking please call me on 07527 711 967 or drop me a line at email@example.com
So many sessions to catch up with here, starting with this beautiful little boy who I photographed a few months back now in Crouch End.
He was such an angel throughout the session, and has the most engaging eyes and expressions. I absolutely loved photographing him.
He's at that ideal age to photograph when they are easily entertained, can sit up on their own but crucially can't crawl off anywhere :] The perfect combination.
I'm photographing a tiny little 9 day old baby tomorrow which has made me go over some previous newborn sessions. This is a glimpse of some gorgeous little bundles I've had the privilege to photograph.
It's the second time I've photographed this family, once when their first daughter was born and again recently when daughter number two came along.
They live in a gorgeous house not far from me, and with both parents working in the design industry there were plenty of photogenic locations to use around their home.
As you can see, both girls are absolutely stunning and were so good in front of the camera that it really didn't feel like work at all.
I've been doing lots of business headshots lately, some for big corporate companies and other individual shoots like this one.
This is Nick Wallis, a journalist for ITV news and One Show reporter, who needed new photographs for his agent. We wanted to capture slightly edgy images of Nick so I suggested we head up to Alexandra Palace where there are lots of interesting nooks and crannies to use.
It was a very sunny but freezing cold morning and we were a bit worried that Nick may end up looking a bit like Rudolph, but we needn't have worried and the images turned out great in the end.
I must say, it really helps when your subject is used to being in front of a camera!