Lifestyle photography

Family Renton, Clapham

Family Renton, Clapham

All the bedrooms – Jack's room, Ivy's room and mum and dad's room are flushed with beautiful soft winter light. It is an absolute dream to photograph the four of them. Jack is full of beans and Ivy just wants to snuggle. Together they make quite the pair :-) 

Family Hirst & Baby Kitty, Southfields

Family Hirst & Baby Kitty, Southfields

Tiny toes and big blue eyes. Little Kitty is lying in her puff, snuggling with a warm blanket. Big sister Isabella is holding her hand with mum watching over carefully. There is so much love in this family. And there is something very special about newborns. They smell nice, have very soft skin and make cute little noises that make me want to hold them gently and cuddle them.

Family Rupert & Baby Edith, London

Family Rupert & Baby Edith, London

Kate shows me upstairs where I get to meet her husband. He is holding Edith and she is so precious – fast asleep and all curled up. Edith sleeps through the majority of the photoshoot but that's ok, she has so much growing to do.

Family Hoppe // Nonsuch Park

Family Hoppe // Nonsuch Park

I am walking next to Joanna, the mum of the family and she is showing me the way to a great open field dotted with trees. "Wow," I say. "I never realised Nonsuch Park opened up like this! This is fantastic!". I have been here once or twice before but Nonsuch Park is not my usual go-to park. During this photoshoot, I fall in love with it completely.

What is lifestyle photography, really?

What is lifestyle photography, really?

It’s about preserving the small details; the feelings, the adventures, the little moments and the memories of your children’s early years. They grow up faster than you can ever imagine.

Family Barker, Wimbledon Common

Family Barker, Wimbledon Common

Gemma opened the door to the backseat of her car and a gust of wind sent some leaves twirling and rustling around on the gravel ground. "Jumpers on!". Archer looked around rather disapprovingly whilst Bertie couldn't keep himself from telling me all about Woody and Buzz in his own made up language – the kind of language only a 19month old can make up.