A note from Nuria
I love my children, my family, sleep, knitting, strong coffee and my grumpy cat Púca, not necessarily in that order. In the mornings, I love my coffee the best.
Many moons ago, I left my hometown of Barcelona to travel to Ireland for a little holiday to celebrate completing my photographic degree studies. Nineteen years later my 'holiday' is still in full swing and I've picked up an Irish husband, two kids, one cat and a dog along the way!
So what thrills me? Being a children's photographer, for one. I adore it. To catch a glimpse into a child's world is to be reminded of everything that is magical and true in their world and, by extension, our own. What could possibly be better? I see art and beauty in everyday life, whether it takes the form of a silly smirk, a no-holds-barred cry, a crooked half smile, or even a tiny bit of drool on your six-month-old baby's chin. These details are surely the ones we will remember and treasure always. To show you the beauty in them is my goal.
Childhood is golden, but it is also fleeting. When my own children arrived, I heard so many times that I should cherish them when they were small, that time flies by so quickly and that they' would grow up so fast. I hated to hear it but it it's so true. Soon it became difficult to remember the chubby little legs, dimples on their fingers or how they'd giggle adorably at the silly little games we'd play. However, as soon as I pull out the photographs of those precious times the memories of my little ones as babies come flooding back.
Being a mother, I am fully aware of how each child is unique with a personality of their own and am also constantly reminded of what a blessing they are. My passion is to preserve your family's golden moments and capture the individuality of every client. I'm approachable and light-hearted and I take the time to interact and adjust to every client's comfort level in order to reveal his/her unique personality in every photo.
To get in contact with me, call me at 045 241 087 or click this link.