Documenting treasured moments of your little ones growing up

My documentary portrait sessions are about capturing personality, natural images that are different from the white background smiling images that are the current trend. I only undertake a limited number of sessions per year, so contact me to receive a brochure and book a session.


I document families. I do shoots from newborn babies with mum and dad, right through to larger family sessions.

Brothers and sisters playing together, an afternoon at the beach with grandparents, whoever is in your life, I capture those relationships and personalities.


Anywhere! It should be somewhere you feel comfortable, a familiar surrounding for you and your family – somewhere your son or daughter can have fun! I usually shoot at your home, both inside and outside, but often shoot in Parks and at the beach. For the “document your day” sessions, we could visit a zoo, farm, or other favourite family day out attraction!


Whenever! Snowball fights in winter, throwing leaves in autumn, or playing in the summer sun. The sessions are available all year. Due to my commitments as a wedding photographer, my documentary portrait shoots generally take place midweek.


HIGH RESOLUTION FILES! I focus on suppling you with digital copies of all the special moments. Most packages are bundled with high resolutions images, you can make multiple copies and share them as you like. Framing beautifully for your home (and presents for family!) is cost effective without any upselling from me.


I’m a full time photographer, with weddings photography keeping me very busy at weekends.  I started shooting children’s portraiture 8 years ago and have always approached it in a natural way, I love creating real images with feeling and emotion.

Since having our  boys, Noah and Levison, I’ve immersed myself in capturing their personalities as they grow up. I take photos of them every day and it has highlighted how important creating natural images are. Below are a couple of slideshow’s featuring Noah’s first years…