Archive for January, 2011

Jan
19

Oh Balmoral, how I love thee!  I just keep getting drawn back to this beach because it is just so darn beautiful. Yesterday I went for a swim here, on my own with no kids, and just marvelled at how lucky we are to live in a city with these amazing beaches right on our doopstep!

This lucky family also won a gift voucher I donated to KU West Pymble Preschool for their charity auction night. I’m an avid and willing giver to help the local Lane Cove/North Shore community and people in need so please, do contact me if you have a cause I might be interested in.

Now, back to this beautiful family…just how gorgeous are these two kiddies??? So full of life’s energy.

Charlotte, I hope you enjoy your little preview and I’ll be in touch very soon with your full gallery.

xx

Jan
18

This dear child is SO adored by her family. These photos are the evidence : )

We had a wonderfully relaxed session in Vaucluse, down at Strickland House. In between the rain showers, we got the most beautiful light filtered by the heavy clouds with magical breaks of pure gold sunshine.  A light lovers paradise as not often you get these kind of conditions in Sydney (although this year there is a glut of it with all this rain!!)

Enjoy your preview Frances and i’ll be in touch very soon with the rest of your shots!
xx

Jan
18

This beautiful family won a gift voucher I donated to Kambala School for a fund raising event. I was excited to learn that they planned to use the voucher to capture some photos of the grandchildren as a present for their mother-in-law for Christmas! From my personal experience, Grannies do just adore photos of their special grandkids : )

Jan
18

This dear family asked me to photograph them all together before the older kids went overseas for an extended period. Mum wanted to capture their family unit before the chicks wandered from the nest : )

It is such a pleasure for me to photograph these different stages in a families life, rather then only the first 5 or so years, which is most usually the time when parents think to get professional shots done.  What a fabulous way to celebrate “a job well done”, for parents to give each other a high five and some photos of their grown up kids on the walls to remember them when they are gone!  Little windows back into a couple of decades of experiences and memories shared as a young family.