Well, sort of – it’s the same website, but it’s had a bit of a revamp so you lovely lot can see what it is I do, actually see my galleries, and, y’know, book me if you want a shoot. Because blog posts are brilliant, but photos are probably more what you’re expecting from a photographer.
It’s definitely best to know at this stage that I don’t do anything normally…!
However, it’s quite big and exciting to have it all out in the world in one place at last – after more than ten years of hiding my light under a bushel, I am finally ready to take on the world with my camera… one shoot at a time!
There are big plans afoot for this little business in 2017 – I have been plotting with a fellow photographer, a bridal designer, two authors and an illustrator… and I am very excited for the secret projects we’re hatching together. Watch this space for details.
Wishing you health, happiness, good books and good friends in 2017,
My studio is being built. My fluffy cat Clover likes to supervise…
On a warm July evening this summer, I received a text from a friend, telling me she and her husband had found a tiny grey kitten on their evening walk, and that the kitten was close to death, and in a pitifully bad condition.
I cried, and then we all waited with bated breath through the days of antibiotics and cleaning and feeding him up. Twelve weeks and an amputated tail (and a quick neutering while they were at it) later, Janine asked if I would do a portrait session of him and his adopted sister Princess.
And I was only too happy to oblige…
A stolen moment at the day job – the corridor was deserted, so I danced down it and snapped this shot of my much-loved sparkling shoes.
Of course, as I ran to stand in place for the first shot, someone appeared behind me and got in the way…!
The first image of this year’s NaNoWriMo attempt – in photographs, not words. More explanation over on my personal blog, but the photos will appear here… I’m aiming for 50!
A lunchtime mini-session with Joey, who was curled up in the entrance to the cafe by the lake while his owner had a cup of tea with her friend.