Family Photographer Canberra

Kissy face anyone? Oh lordy, how I love this little fella & his Mum & Dad!

Ohhhh, how his Mum & Dad love him.

This family shoot was a staged capture…. The walking stage, the stage prior to the growth of their family, the stage of much love.

You will be seeing many more family shoots with these guys involved due to the fact that this little heart stopper is my beloved nephew xx Yep, lucky me.


Family Photography Canberra

Oh. My. Goodness.  I am so thankful for pretty light, amazing hair & beautiful clients (you will understand what I mean when you lay your eyes on these images).

I have a great job, yes. Photographing beautiful families in and amongst nature/forests my favourite trees.

It helps when I have four wonderful humans in front of my lens who are willing to just enjoy themselves and have a good time whilst I capture some real moments.

If you are after a family photo shoot that is held as the sun is going down (the light is, as you can see… perfect), one where you are able to enjoy the experience.. relax and have some fun.  Then, I am your girl.  If you want some stunning, unique, real moments captured… let's talk!

I would like to thank Laura (Mum) for recognising how important it is to have family photographs.. to document the growth and changes in her little family. xo



Lifestyle Photography Canberra

So, today I did something really fun… I (we) photographed another lifestyle photographer (and friend)!

There are three of us, who like to get together and talk shop every now and then.  Three amigos Shelley, Shelly & Kasey… who love to laugh and be silly. (and take photos).

We are taking turns to photograph each other.  I pretty much bagged the last spot due to my lack of enthusiasm being in front of the camera (preferring to be behind it).  Shelley nervously volunteered to be our first model.  It's a good experience to feel what our clients potentially feel on the other side of the lens… right?

I was excited to shoot Shelley, as she has a similar vision for how she wanted her end images to look (or more importantly to feel).  She likes blur, movement and hair flinging hehe. Ok, nice… I'm in!

Shelly #2 and I climbed on top & over each other today to get that magical shot of our model.  It was fun & funny & we laughed… a lot.  Shelley got dizzy from hair flinging and had prickles in her back from laying on pine needles. Priceless and totally worth it… I'm sure.

I used to shoot film (back in the day).  My most favourite thing to do was get my prints back and sift through them.  It was a maximum level of photographic excitement on my behalf.  These days I feel that same level of enjoyment taking a moment to scroll through my digital files on the back of my Nikon.   I did this today after our shoot.  I grabbed some lunch and sat in my car unable to wait until I got back to my mac for the viewing.

There are some real moments captured here. some real feels.  That beautiful smile. Whoa, baby!