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Jeannie & Ian // Carlton Towers

Blog Questions   How long have you known each other? 13 years How did you meet? Worked at the same company Can you share your proposal story?  Christmas Day 2014 – Ian got down on one knee and asked if Jeannie would make their family complete by becoming his wife…. Jeannie’s response was “Of course I will you Knobhead” Which venues did you view before you settled on Your venue? Picked Carlton Towers immediately – first and only venue we viewed. What was the best moment of your day? All of it – honestly! What would your dream wedding breakfast menu be? …

I Can Tell He’s Smiling…

I love the taking and I love the reveal. After all the hard work has been done, sitting in with parents during the session viewing and listening to comments (good and sometimes bad) has helped me grow as a photographer.  I feel it’s important to listen to your clients. Short Wednesday morning blog…

The Start Of Your Family Adventure…

  We are lucky to be surrounded by sand, sea, land, textures, colours and shapes. We are minutes away from woodland backdrops, beaches, villages and urban scenes. The choice is yours! My aim is to make every family portrait session effortless and enjoyable capturing everything from boisterous excitement to calm tranquil family moments. I know, through experience, that your children will need plenty of time to relax and let their true personalities shine through. After your portrait session, we’ll arrange an image viewing date and we will discuss ideas for your wall. Weekends and school holidays are the most popular …

Sunrise on Saltburn beach…

Sunrise on Saltburn beach, shared with a runner, 2 photographers and 3 dog walkers… 18th February 2017, armed with my ipod, a camera, a tripod, a shutter release cable and a couple of filters I decided (after checking the weather on my iphone) to head to Saltburn at around 5.30am.  My motivation was to try out some new kit and have a play with a few new filters.  Driving along the parkway and seeing a flash of red in the dark morning sky, I knew that falling out of bed early was a good move.  Stood on the beach at …