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Childrens portrait in the cotswolds

Family Portraits in the Cotswolds – a holiday to remember

Holiday Portraits to Remember There are many reasons why people arrange family portraits, and one of my personal favourites is when families all get together for a holiday.  It is even better when many generations of a family go to a big cottage together for the weekend because these gatherings are usually much more rare. […]

In the courtyard of the Birmingham quirky wedding venue

Unique Wedding Styling at a Fazeley Studios Wedding

A Fazeley Studios Wedding To Remember When I am photographing a wedding, there are different things that make it memorable for me, and for Niki & Andy’s Fazeley Studios wedding the one word that springs to mind is; style.  My connection to Niki and Andy is through Fazeley Studios – I share Andy’s office in Studio […]

A view of mini dachshund from above in sutton park

Small Legs In A Big Park – Dog Portraits in Sutton Park

Sutton Park – Dog Portraits Of A Miniature Dachshund With A Big Personality The West Midlands has many lovely parks, and Sutton Park in Sutton Coldfield is one of the largest in the area.  This makes it a wonder place to go with dog for some relaxed pet portraits.  Gizmo is a lovely little miniature daschund. […]

A young child poses for a portrait photograph in the grounds of a worcestershire hotel at the foot of a tree.

Family Portraits at The Elms – Worcestershire

A Relaxing Hotel For Family Portrait Photographs in Worcestershire Finding the right venue for family portraits is a very personal thing.  Sometimes it is in a garden or a park that has significance to the family.  Sometimes it is a more unusual venue.  The most important part of the venue choice for me is that the […]

Bride getting ready

A True Rugby Wedding Venue

A Wedding  With Rugby At Its Heart Choosing a wedding venue is a very personal decision, and for Julia and Oli, Rugby School was the obvious choice.  They live in the area, Julia works at the school, Oli is passionate about the town and the sport – the connections were far too strong to ignore. […]