James was my husband’s Best Man. I met him very soon after meeting Simon, because they were about as close to brothers from different mothers as you can get. I’m surprised James accepted me given the way I ruined the rock climbing dynamic they had going on, but even hundreds of metres off the ground,
Last Thursday I went and played with The Stones. It was an ordinary Thursday, except that the kids knew I was coming to take photos. Mum Mel (of Milk Photography) is always running off to take photos of other people – me included – so it was a special thing to be returning the favour
I’ve been playing with something new in family photography – the moving portrait. It combines still photos, video and audio to create an awesome family portrait experience. You pick an activity or two that you’d usually undertake as a family and I’ll do the rest. Head on over to my family photography website to find
Jo and Darren (or Razzle Dazzle, as is affectionately scrawled on the kitchen wall) were in the middle of a kitchen renovation when Aleksia arrived…
Axel is two years old, and has a little monkey friend named Ooh Ooh. He has completely scooped the gene pool and is probably already breaking hearts at kinder gym…
They say you can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family. I think this is only half-true. Above is the family I was born with. My Dad, with the moustache that has nearly always been there. The one that makes my friends think of Tom Selleck or Colonel Sanders. I’m the one in
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