I know many people feel uncomfortable in front of a camera and overwhelmed by the idea of organising a photoshoot.
Using a documentary-approach to photography, I provide parents with a safe space where they can relax, be themselves and forget about the camera.
I have also started teaching parents the most important skills required to capture meaningful and candid photos of their family.
It’s such a breath of fresh air.
Greg, fathers of two, seeing the images for the first time.
These sessions aim to capture more than the new baby: everything changes so quickly during the first few months.
Whether it’s chaos, connections, tenderness, exhaustion, adjusting siblings or simply parents who can’t take their eyes off their infant… it’s all part of the memory.
There are no limits to what you can capture.
Designed for every kind of family, whether at home or out-and-about, the most important thing is to ask yourself what you want to remember and what part of your children’s childhood you wish they remembered.
We’re all guilty of spending too much time behind our phones, even on holidays. It’s hard not to: the camera is in there and we want to bring back memories.
Hiring a vacation photographer might be the best decision you will make to be able to disconnect and enjoy a few hours (or a full day) of your trip. Beware, I’ll capture it all: not just the smily photos in front of the beautiful Irish landscape.
In our homes, among our beautiful messes, in the spaces that mean something to us. I want to remember everything about my daughter’s childhood: the scenes, the experiences, the smells. This is impossible, of course. But I know that a photograph can bring us back to a season in the past. And I want to give my clients this gift of memories.
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