Now Offering Outdoor Family Shoots

Hi all - hope everyone is well and getting through 2020 in one piece. It has been a strange few months indeed and I’m so so gutted for all of you that have had to postpone your weddings. 

As I’m sure you can imagine, things have been quiet for me while the wedding industry is on pause, but I am really appreciating the fact I am getting to spend so much time with my wife and one-year old daughter as normally at this time of the year I am either out shooting weddings or locked away in my office editing photos. Its been really nice to slow down and enjoy this family time. 

I am however very keen to get out to meet and photograph some new faces while awaiting weddings to resume, so I've decided to start offering something new – family shoots.

There are some great photographers out there doing some lovely doorstep shoots, but now that the restrictions are lifting a bit there's no reason not to go a little further and get some proper family photos taken not just on doorsteps but also out in gardens, parks and other outdoor locations. As many of us are only just starting to see our friends and family again properly its a great time to document some family life, and maybe even record some long awaited get-togethers with love ones. Whether you'd like some relaxed photos of the two of you, some lovely photos of you and the kids (pets included!) in the garden or somewhere more adventurous, or even some bigger extended family meetup photos with parents and friends, then I'm offering my usual fun, relaxed approach to help capture some lovely memories for you - all whilst keeping a safe 2m distance away. And for those of you who would like some nice photos but are a bit intimidated by being in front of the camera, you really don't need to worry. It will all be really casual and if you don't like the idea of having to pose for a typical portrait then we can totally get a nice candid selection of photos instead - whether you'd like some photos of your kids playing in the garden, or you going out for a walk in the woods with your family, you'll hardly know I'm there.