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Hi Fiona & Bruce, here are a few lovely previews of what I captured on Sunday afternoon! It was great to see you both again, to meet little Harvey and spend time capturing his personality. As for that bundle of energy that goes by the name of Saskia, how much has she grown?! The little


It’s a pleasure for me to photograph families who live locally. Out in the country, there’s a real sense of community where everyone knows everyone else and we’re all connected in some way – Morna, who knows Mrs Ho, is also good friends with Marie McQuade who runs the Green


I’ve just returned from a few priceless days spent in Dumfries & Galloway with the family. I’m so conscious of the fact that memories of time spent with your children when they are young are among the most precious memories we will have when we are older. I’m going to make


Hi Lindsey, here it is! Thank you for asking me along to share and to photograph a very special afternoon. It was my pleasure to capture some more beautiful memories for you and all of your family to share and enjoy forever. Just click here for the slideshow    Please feel free to pass the link

A new year!

"You know something is funner together". I hope 2012 is a wonderful, memorable and extremely happy year for you! If I’m lucky enough to play any part in your 2012, thank you and I look forward to creating some beautiful pictures and capturing some very special moments


Today I was mostly photographing the cutest little boy I’ve seen for ages. This is Sam. He’s 10 months old and he must be the most well behaved 10 month old in the entire universe! He was at least an hour overdue his afternoon nap when these pictures were taken! And not a peep from

90th birthday party celebrations at THE DOME, EDINBURGH

Here are just a few highlights of a very upbeat and eventful family get-together at the Dome in Edinburgh to celebrate Uncle Charlie’s 90th birthday  Many congratulations on reaching a marvellous milestone. The family asked if the photography could be as candid and as unobtrusive as possible

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