A while ago I did a fun little shoot in my studio with the wonderful model, Amber Tutton and photographer (friend, uber talented and all round nice chap) Damien Lovegrove. The idea behind the shoot was to collaborate and create some different images using Lupolux continuous lighting (a new addition to the studio and available from…
It was my pleasure to photograph this lovely family a few weeks ago on a glorious Autumn day.
Last time I photographed Bella she was three weeks old! We shot these earlier this year when she visited for a studio session.
Gorgeously cute and a real sweetie with an abundance of personality.
Don’t you just love how the first day at school is so special? This little lady’s first day portraits are just full of character.
Bring on the fun!
Styled portrait shoots are a great way to create something different. Are they fun to do? Yes, Yes, Yes!
It’s the beauty within that counts not the clothes you are wearing
Does the idea of portrait photography set you running? I thought I would share a few images from a recent shoot…just to prove that you don’t have to look straight into the camera or be dressed like a fashion diva for a beautiful portrait.
I am so excited to share these images taken a few weeks ago when the lovely Keri Moss popped into the studio for a few headshots. Keri, winner of Masterchef the Professionals 2012 is a familiar face on our television screens and in our newspapers these days – it’s not often I have a Masterchef Champion in the studio and I was (just a little) bit over the moon and delighted.
Competition for the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize is fierce and judging has attracted criticism and controversy
Every year I visit the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery. The exhibition runs between November and February and brings a vast array of photographic portraiture to the general public. Each year I follow the progress with interest and wait patiently for the winner to be announced. The competition is fierce and the judging has attracted much criticism and controversy in photographic circles.