As a mum of four boys I know that family life is never perfect. I also know just how good our family all feel when we are outside, embracing nature and relaxing and chatting away as we walk, explore and make memories. This is why I work with families who also value the outdoors, value making new memories together and embrace the feel good feelings of being amongst nature. From a woodland walk, den making, playing ball, picking apples, running wild, bug hunting and playing hide and seek, there is so much fun to be had when you embrace the outdoors.
Join me on a nature photography experience with your family and you will not regret it. You are guaranteed happy smiley family memories that connect and showcase exactly who you are as a family and let the true personalities of you and your children shine.
We say “No’ to false smiles and white backgrounds.
We say a big fat “Yes” to fun, exploration and nature.
Get in touch to book in now and fill your home with memories that will last more than a lifetime.
Here we explore a recent family session with a fun loving family of four and their two dogs. A family which loved playing together, from rugby and football to hide and seek, this family enjoyed every moment.
This was a well known walk to the family (near Barrow Gurney in Bristol, UK) which makes the photos and memories captured even more special as the children grow older and can recall their special family moments from this special place.
The children explored the nature around them and were lucky to be able to pick apples from an orchard, measure the width of an old oak tree and collect some pine cones.
It was a photo session full of fun and laughter and we even managed to capture the two family dogs and the love the family share for them.
It was a wonderful experience to capture these memories for this family and I know many of these photos will be treasured and feature in their family home.
This is what the client had to say when they received their family photos.
“The photos look super – we are really happy with them as there are some really lovely ones. Thank you!”