Category Archives: child portraits

Bridgetown family portraits

Bridgetown family portraits. What better than some beautiful natural photographs of real moments for you to cherish. Longevity of my work is of upmost importance, so all my printing is done on fine art archival paper, using museum quality inks. Sessions can be at a location / locations of your choice. Or if you are…

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Portraits of my journey as a mother

Self Portraits of my journey as a Mother The process of creating another human being truly is a miracle. Today, a few years older and with child in tow, I got in front of the camera again, to document my own journey. Contrary to these photos, I am not someone who manages to embrace pregnancy particularly…

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Little Maisy amongst the Mushrooms at Foresters Wood, Manjimup

Mushrooms at Foresters Wood, Manjimup. Melissa got in touch with me this week as her daughter Maisy is turning one. She mentioned that she had red hair and would like to get some shots of her amongst the beautiful autumn leaves. Initially I was thinking of the tree park in Balingup, https://www.goldenvalleytreepark.org.au/ but then after giving…

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Alice, Bryce Violet & Rosie’s family portrait in Bridgetown

Family Portrait in Bridgetown I photographed Alice, Bryce, Violet & 3 week old Rosie at Trots Cottage which is owned by Roger & Toni from The Emporium in Bridgetown. (Thanks Roger & Toni!) Trots Cottage is an idyllic spot, featuring beautiful wysteria, a little dam with a boat on and lots of willowy trees. The…

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Father Christmas Photos with an ounce of class

If someone had said 5 years ago, I would be taking Father Christmas pics, I would have laughed (Or cried and probably for more than one reason!) Anyway today I did the Father Christmas photos at my daughter Evie’s playgroup. Determined not to make it look ghastly like something from a hideous shopping centre, I…

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