I have learnt that sometimes in life we need to stand back from certain things and situations that we find ourselves in and look at them from a different point of view. Having a camera to focus on a particular object or space helps me to see the thing that i am looking at in … Continue reading Looking at things from a different point of view
While looking through my photographs trying to decide what to write about this week I came across a beautiful image which I took on my travels around New Zealand's South Island. All the memories of the trip came flooding back, the snow, how cold my feet were trekking through the mountains even though I had … Continue reading A memory revisited
While on one of my favourite walks recently I was playing around capturing photographs of moving water. I have always loved freeze framing the moving droplets and then in the next shot making the water run blurred with motion. It is an effect I have been fascinated with since I was a kid. On this … Continue reading Always look for the rainbow
In a recent studio photoshoot, Reece, who has Downs Syndrome and the biggest smile, had to use the wall to support himself to stand upright. His sisters were quick to copy their big brother and I managed to capture the photograph below while they were preoccupied. They make the perfect line up don't you think?
When people think of a wedding they usually think summer months, sunshine, warmth, longs days. Sometimes a winter wedding can add an extra twist and dimension to the photographs. There's something incrediably cosy about snugging up in a warm snug infront of a huge open fire with the one you love. Christmas weddings and New … Continue reading Weddings in all weathers
Well it's the run up to Christmas officially now! This is a busy time of year for everyone. But if you stop for a moment and think about what Christmas is all about? It's about spending time with the people you love and showing your gratitude and appreciation for them. But why should Christmas be … Continue reading The gift of Christmas joy
As it was Bonfire Night yesterday I couldn't resist having some photography fun. The photograph below was taken using a long exposure, f.stop 22 and a lot of giggles. My Personal Assistant (Dad) wore black and stood behind me with a sparkler on the count of three the shutter was pressed and he started drawing. … Continue reading There’s an angel in everyone of us