Photography is a privilege and an art.

As well as being a form of art, taking photos of people isn’t something I take for granted. I believe it takes a lot of trust to allow a photographer to get that close to you, your family and, especially, your beloved children and that trust is, of itself, a privilege that I value. I don’t just click and forget.

Authenticity

Capturing authenticity matters more to me than all the technical perfections (or imperfections) that form the skills of photography. I want to capture a moment of laughter, or even a tantrum, whatever happens.

I want to show you your child as you know them, not as a perfect pose would show them. I want grandparents to say “yes, that’s our grandchild” and fall in love with each photo because it is a true, natural authentic image.

I want to show you your child as you know them, not as a perfect pose would show them. I want grandparents to say “yes, that’s our grandchild” and fall in love with each photo because it is a true, natural authentic image.

Please don’t tell your child to smile.

Headshots | Portraits | Toddlers | Siblings | Couples | Families | Teens & 20 Somethings | School Uniform | Dogs | Horses