Behind The LensSome insights into being a Photographer
Christmas time at the Fisher household. I was invited by Amy to come over to their house just after Xmas to capture some family shots
The lovely Farquharson family requested a 2 hour shoot to celebrate Mia’s first birthday! The weather wasn’t the best on the day but we soldiered on and got some lovely images
The Dickeson Family wanted a last minute shoot before Christmas with their Grandparents and luckily the weather was on our side
The last from the Autumn shoots but still enough leaves to entertain the kids 🙂 We had this shoot in the grounds of Bowes Museum
This shoot was in some farm fields and the woods in Bowes. It’s a beautiful place and we managed to get some lovely shots of the kids in their natural element
Denise asked me along to capture some extended family shots in the stunning moors above Bowes (where everyone lives). The heather was still in bloom
I last saw Chris, Sarah and Harry at Harry’s Christening earlier this year. So it was awesome to see him again in the more relaxed setting of Hamsterley Forest.
I was asked to come along to the Robert’s 40th wedding anniversary party to capture some posed and candid shots of the guests to mark the occasion..
Last Year I ran a competition on social media with the offer of a free photoshoot for one lucky winner. That winner was the lovely Jo Raine
It was great to see three generations in one shot with the stunning Bowes Museum as a backdrop, this will serve as a memory of the families time in the UK
It was a privilege to provide photography coverage of Jensen’s Christening. Now everyone, including Jensen, will be able to recall stories from such a lovely day
The first shoot of Spring and it was with the Giles Family. They’ve recently had their second child, beautiful baby Max, who is just gone 3 months old
My first shoot of the year but it wasn’t too chilly despite being early January. It just goes to show that it doesn’t need to be warm to get great natural family portraits.
This was my last shoot of the Autumn period but what a way to finish the season! It was such a great shoot with some of my favourite images of the year.
The first couple’s dog shoot for a while and it was such a laugh with some great shots to boot! Scott, Helen and Ella were all on top form (especially Ella).
The light of the setting sun was difficult to manage on occasion but when the light hit the ponies and horses just right then it was really something special!
We stumbled across the old Ford tractor that was hiding in a barn. This was a unbelievable find and a perfect symbol of a farm photoshoot.
This was one of the most enjoyable shoots I can remember. Everyone had such a great time and the kids interaction with Mum & Dad was really special.
This was the hottest day of the year, and didn’t we know it! We decided to go to Fountains Abbey for the morning to have a play in the HUGE park area.
This really was a fun shoot because little Edie never stopped smiling. Edie was constantly running around having a blast so I could just concentrate on photographing