There’s a wonderful thing about this job (well a few wonderful things, but this is one of the biggies for me)… getting to meet happy little families and happy little children.
I photographed Seth when he was just a few days old, and then again for his cake smash session – I love a cake smash, it’s a totally glorious and messy way to capture your child doing exactly what they should be doing, being happy & experiencing textures, tastes, getting messy and giggling lots. These sessions are my absolute favourite to do!
Seth had some help from his big brother!
We follow a cake smash with a tub session – helps get all the bright icing off of the little toes!
I’d like to thank Sarah & Adam for letting me photograph their precious boys. Much Love, E x
Wow, what a weekend, what a show!
I was fortunate enough to work at this amazing show, the talent was amazing. The fantastic Sarah Patterson from Rooblidoo introduced me to Liz Byatt at the Living Art Show who you can contact here.
The photos speak for themselves, the models were amazing, the artists are so talented & little me had a blast!
A beautiful wedding, a day to cherrish.
I often get asked by brides if I can capture less formal and more candid shots – have some fun “capture us and our friends just as we are” – and that’s just what I aim to do. As a standard we aim to photograph key elements of your day in the more formal way, in addition we capture the off guard moments, the intimate embraces, the loving looks, the hand holding & laughter!
Laura & Steve had a wonderful wedding in Felixstowe last month. Congratulations lovely people!!
Laura had chosen fantastic dresses for her bridesmaids, they worked so well with her flowers too – you couldnt help but smile at them.