Six teenagers on a Saturday afternoon, with the sun blazing down, I’m sure you can imagine how overjoyed they were at being faced with a bald photographer with terrible chat
The last time I saw them was at Dennis & Lisa’s wedding last year and they had changed quite a bit since then. The boys were now towering over me, which isn’t that difficult. We found a small private park right next to Dollar Park which was ideal to photograph the children in as there wasn’t anybody else there to mortify them even further.
Many thanks to Dennis, Lisa and all the children as they were absolutely brilliant fun and a great help too
This was the third time I have photographed this brilliant family and it’s great to see how their personalities change ever so slightly every year. Last year little Olivia was crawling around, almost but not quite walking. This time around she was like a whirlwind, giving the older ones a run for their money
As the weather wasn’t too bad we managed to get out to a nearby field, which if you’re a child is a pretty cool location to run around wild in. Thanks again to Paul & Suzanne who went out of their way to help out.
Here are a few shots
I bring sweets to this shoot for Evan and Lucas and leave with a bottle of wine from mum Laura, fantastic swap if you ask me
It’s always good to see the boys again and they were in top form as usual. Right from the start they were running around having fun and now they pretty much forget I’m there which makes my job a whole lot easier.
Thanks again to Laura for all her help. Here are a few shots of the boys
I’ll start this blog by saying I love to photograph families, particularly the interaction between all the different members. The very first shot in this blog post was actually a test shot just to check my lights but it ended up being my favourite shot. For me this shot shows the relationship between the two brothers perfectly without the need for me to try to put down in words how much fun these two had. There’s not much more I can say except that these guys were fantastic, and many thanks to mum and gran who helped me out on the day
Here they are.
There’s nothing better than photographing a wedding where everybody is determined to enjoy the day and treasure every moment. Gordon and Tabitha’s wedding took this to a whole new level. It was great to see so many people enjoying themselves and totally relaxed.
The day started at Gordon and Tabitha’s flat. The sun was shining down too which always helps, although I’m sure even if it there was a monsoon nobody would have bothered a bit.
The ceremony was held in Trinity Parish Church in Larkhall which is a beautiful church inside. Then we were off to the Popinjay for the reception.
Thanks to all who were so friendly and welcoming to me on the day and a special thanks to Gordon & Tabitha for bearing with my strange obsession with the Popinjay’s fire escape
Here are a few shots from their day.