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Portrait of Britain

Portrait of Britain

I took this photograph a year ago today at People’s Vote March. Yesterday, once again, I marched with over one million people in London for People’s Vote. Then, as now, this image of father and daughter, tired and frustrated with the current state of affairs, wanting their voice to be heard, is what Britain looks to me right now. That’s why earlier this year I submitted this image for the Portrait of Britain award, and I’m so thrilled that the judges saw what I saw too and shortlisted it among 200 other amazing photographs.

Interviewed for The Family Photographer podcast!

Interviewed for The Family Photographer podcast!

I’m so excited for this – my interview with The Family Photographer podcast is out! Jenny Stein and I chat about  many different things, from how I got into photography and what it means to me, how I photograph families and what I want them to see in the photos I take, how to get brave and get into photos with your kids, and lots of other random things our conversation took us to! Find it wherever you listen to podcasts – or click this link to listen to it.

Five must visit destinations for your next family holiday

Five must visit destinations for your next family holiday

Today I have a little treat for you – my lovely (and super knowledgable) friend Debs Keary from Luxury Travel Studio is sharing her top five destinations for your next family holiday. Luxury Travel Studio is a Surrey and Berkshire based bespoke travel agent and...
Photos from People’s Vote March in London

Photos from People’s Vote March in London

I’ve shared before that this year I’ve been trying to push myself out of my comfort zone of photographing families and started going out to photograph on the streets, including London Pride this year. I’ve also photographed both big People’s Vote rallies that happened in London in March and October of 2018, and through it was about time I shared the images, considering what’s been happening in British politics this month.

Visiting Waverley Abbey in Farnham + Photo Tips for Historic Sites

Visiting Waverley Abbey in Farnham + Photo Tips for Historic Sites

Waverley Abbey has been a place I’d heard of many times but never got a chance to visit. Located in Farnham in Surrey Hills, it’s an English Heritage site hidden away on country roads (don’t trust Google Maps that will try and take you up a private track, follow the signs instead). That warm October afternoon we had some time to kill between things, the sun was shining, I had a camera in my bag and so we ended up going on a bear hunt an adventure.