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Category Archives: Portrait

Idyllic setting

I am back on my theme of timelessness again (see my previous entry) but this time in a different kind of setting. Everyone’s idea of an idyllic childhood is going to be different, but for me it’s in the country with plenty of space and places for adventures and other children to share it with. […]

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Isobel, Oliver, Simon and Lesley’s shoot

I really enjoyed having lots of light around on one of the first really good days of the year. A couple of years ago, I did a shoot that produced shots of three children in a wood endowed with a wonderful, timeless feel and for some reason I was reminded of this at the weekend […]

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Rebecca’s Bat Mitzvah Portrait Shoot

This was the second part of Rebecca’s photography shoot for her Bat Mitzvah – a few weeks ago I photographed the party (which was at the quirky and historical 20th Century Theatre in Notting Hill. Today we were in Willesden with the whole family – Louise, Tony, Anya and Jonathan. Thanks also to Claire for […]

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Madeleine and Charlotte’s shoot

This afternoon saw me by the river in Hammersmith (fabulous mixture of old wharf buildings which are now homes for very contemporary companies, including The River Cafe). Madeleine and Charlotte hail from Vermont but are enjoying their lives in England at the moment.

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Patricia, Sebastian and Jasper’s shoot

Saturday morning saw the first of three shoots this weekend. A small nature reserve, a tennis club and a fabulous graffiti-daubed building provided the settings for this morning shoot.

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