Tag Archives: contemporary family portraits

Family Portrait Photographer, City of Bath

Chloe got in touch with me to ask if she could purchase a Family Photoshoot for her mother’s birthday.  Three generations of the family were meeting at her mother’s house for Sunday lunch, a total of 7 adults and 5 children and I arrived that morning to photograph the chaos!  The house and garden were…

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Family Portrait Photography at The Pig Hotel, Bath

Cheryl contacted me to book me for Family Photography at The Pig Hotel near Bath as a surprise 50th Wedding Anniversary gift for her in laws.  They had hired one of the private dining rooms there for a celebratory meal so I met the family an hour before their guests arrived to do their photography…

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Newborn Photography Wiltshire

Having just had a baby myself, this shoot seems a good one to put on the blog now… little 6 week old Kit’s Newborn Photography in Wiltshire.  I met Kit, his parents Alexandra and John and their dog Obo at their home to take some relaxed and natural family photographs during this special time for…

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Family Photographer Bath

I met up with Jonathan, Natalie and 3yr old Jenson for a Family Photography session whilst they were visiting the City of Bath for a few days.  They fancied a city break just after Christmas and decided to explore Bath as they had never been there before.  With the brief set to include some of the…

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Family Portrait Photography, City of Bath, Somerset

Late summer last year I met up with past clients Sarah, Paul and little Agnes for another fun packed Family Portrait Shoot in Bath.  It’s great to see clients again year on year and children change and grow so quickly, especially in the early years, that it’s worth updating photographs often to document the changes. …

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