Look away, yes, look away if you are not ready to fall in love with little Ciara. Cute, pretty, lovely, beautiful little baby Ciara. She is already 7 month old and as I was taking pictures I couldn't help but jump of joy knowing that this was one of those sessions that you can't wait to edit.
Oh!! This is a special one! Little Marc is already one! And he has grown into a little man. A beautiful, checky little man! Here is the blog from his first photoshoot and what a difference a year makes.
This is the thrird photo session of the four that Jack is going to have on his first year and it is incredible how in just a few month this little man has become into a happy and lovely baby. He was laughing for the whole session.
As well as using the lights of the studio we decided to use my new source of natural light and the results were beautiful.
I got a new source of light in the studio, and is soft, beautiful and free, yes free, because is natural light. I was able to transform my grey double doors into a great source of light so when I do my lovely newborn sessions I do not need to use the studio flashes anymore. So this week I photographed Ollie, a tiny 5 days old baby. He perfom like a champion and we got this beautiful and cute pictures.
Conor and his parents came for the first time to the studio when Conor was just about 5 months old and they call me back a year later because they wanted pictures of Conor walking and becoming a big boy!
Smiley, smart and so so cute, Hayden was one of my fav babies to photograph. Just look at this pictures and if by the end of them your are not smiling I will eat my (imaginary) hat!
We had finish another year of communions and confirmations and I wanted to share with you this beautiful post of Clodagh. It is hard to believe that the first time I met Clodagh was when she was in the creche, she has grown so much! she looked stunning on her communion day and as usual the session was fun and relaxed.
Congratulations Clodagh on your Communion Day.
A first birthday and a cute, cute little princess, this is a blog not to be missed! Abigail is such a sweet girl and we had a brilliant time with the cake that her parents brought on the day.
Thank you Paddy and Alison for sharing this special day with me.
Picture this, Sunday morning 9 am, I get a text message saying : Breakie? Rashers?. Well as a mother of two little monsters could I resist? Absolutely not! So the four of us got dress and off we went. The rashers, the eggs, the orange juice and the coffee, all it was perfect, but we got a fantastic surprises for us there too. A massive garden that need it a bit of TLC. Now I can not do gardening, yes I know is embarrassing but if a plant lands on my hand it will be dead in a matter of hours. So I took the camera and did the only thing I know I will not mess it up: I documented the day.
We had a fantastic morning and afternoon with family and friends and I hope that you enjoyed this warm Bank Holiday as much as I did.
This is a post from the heart. And I'm saying this because I really believe it. I have been photographing for over 15 years now and I did portraits of newborn, babies, children, teenagers, couples, men and women under 50, but grandparents alone not so much. Let me explain. I have photograph nannies and granddads, yes I have done it, but always on the same setting, with their families, or the grandkids around, but not alone. It is like when you become a grandparent your identity is gone and it only makes sense if you have your family around. I would love for every family to think about them, why not to have an amazing portrait that will be pass to future generations?
The two pictures I have below are from family members and I could not be happier that I got them. My kids will always have a beautiful image of their granddad.
So please do not forget them!