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Blog 30th July 2018 The 10 Commandments when visiting a new Mum

The 10 Commandments when visiting a new Mum In my job as a newborn photographer, I get to visit Mums and their babies in the first three weeks. The session is generally very relaxed and as I’m working I will always chat with Mum & Dad. During my times, I have heard some lovely thoughtful …

Blog 11th March 2018 FREE BEER!

Free beer??? Not really. Sorry. Just wanted to get you to stop. My bad 🙂 While I appreciate that the majority of visitors to my page and website are the female of the species (I know this from some fairly whizzy analytics that Google and Facebook provide me), this blog post is for you menfolk. …

Blog 28th February 2018 Tips for perfect snowy iPhone photos

Tips for perfect snowy iPhone photos As we have a pretty significant dusting of snow at the moment I wanted to share some tips for perfect snowy photos taken with your iPhone. Your Facebook and Instagram feeds are probably full of photos of your friends and their children having lots of fun in the snow, …

Blog 27th January 2018 First Impressions Count – Professional Headshot Photography

First impressions count! In this digital age, as soon as you apply for a role your potential employer is searching the internet and LinkedIn to find out more about you and your profile picture is normally the first thing they see. Studies have shown that people will make a decision as to whether they like …

Blog 17th January 2018 Remember My Baby – Remembrance Photography

A bit of a different blog from me this month about a wonderful charity I volunteer for; Remember My Baby. This month, instead of sharing tips or images of recent sessions, I am speaking about a charity that share some of the most private moments with families, yet they are moments the families wish were …

Blog 2nd January 2018 What do I wear for my Family Photography Session?

I’ve been asked this a bit recently, so I thought I would wrote a blog about it and share some tips of what you could wear for your Family Photography Session. Think about where your images will be displayed: Do you like bold colours or is your home more neutral? Choose your wardrobe to match …

Blog 31st October 2017 Kate & Steve’s Wedding Day – St.Julian’s Club, Sevenoaks

Kate & Steve wedding took place in the very beautiful St.Julian’s Club in Sevenoaks on a beautiful September day. As the guests gathered the sun was trying it’s best to come out, but just as they were called inside, and Kate made her arrival, Mother Nature gave us a little shower. With everyone gathered, Kate …

Blog 14th September 2017 The unplugged wedding – a growing trend and a welcome change – Wedding Photography

We have all been lucky enough to attend weddings of friends and family, but in this era of social media, the bride can find her photo posted on Facebook or Instagram before she has even finished walking down the aisle! As a wedding photographer, I have seen scenes like the below at lots of weddings, …

Blog 10th September 2017 Hannah & Brett’s Wedding Day – Hadlow Manor

Hannah & Brett’s wedding day took place on a beautiful sunny August day. The amazing Sarah Capon assisted me on their big day so that we could capture both bride and groom prep. While I went to Hannah’s home to spend the morning with the girls, Sarah was at Hadlow Manor with the boys. While …

Blog 30th June 2017 Sarah & Lee’s Wedding Day – The Swan, West Malling

Sarah & Lee’s wedding took place in the Swan, West Malling on one of the hottest days of the year. It was a scorcher but also meant the ceremony could take place in the gardens of the Swan. As Lee is a fellow resident of Kings Hill, I attended the groom prep in their home, …