Category Archives: Children

Fourth in the series – bloody four, Fredster is four!

It is still sinking in that four years ago this little tinker came into the world a little early and started to meltView full post »

Limited Edition | Little Shoots 2014 a retrospective.

Never work with children or animals, they say…………. Utter rubbish, I love working with childrenView full post »

Oh how time flies, Freddie is two!

Two years – it just seems crazy how fast time goes, our little boy is two years old already. Forgive me, if youView full post »

2013 Limited Edition | Little Shoots – a retrospective.

Earlier this year, on a wet Spring morning I was walking into town, thinking about a new family product.  After a bitView full post »

From first breaths to first shoes – Freddie’s first year.

From first breaths to first shoes – Freddie’s first year. Freddie is our son, he was brought into the worldView full post »

Beautiful Betsy and her pram.

As a gift Betsy’s mum and Dad were bought a Photo-Shoot Gift Voucher by the family. It took us a while to get theView full post »

Splish Splash puddle jumping

A photo shoot with a little boy in Kendal in November – we could pretty much guarantee rain, or as you know, IView full post »

Max and the Dandelion

Sometimes all the planning in the world won’t “make moments happen” as part of my business I oftenView full post »

Poppy’s Ride

*** UPDATE*** | Today the boys have finished their LEJOG ride successfully at John O’Groats, Scotland, they haveView full post »

Ebony Lois – Lake Windermere children’s portraits in the Bluebells

Following a wonderful meeting with a potential Bride and Groom in Ambleside to discuss their Lake District Wedding,View full post »

Lake Windermere Children’s Portraits.

In my opinion I am based in the best photographic studio in the world – The English Lake District, in particularView full post »

Kendal Cumbria Family Portraits

Family portraits in my hometown of Kendal, Cumbria – on a nice Spring Day Kendal is hard to beat, we have so manyView full post »