How to take care of your printed photos

I have so many fond memories, both as a child and more recently, of sitting with my family and looking through old photos. Some of the oldest ones were taken on my Pop’s old film cameras more than 50 years ago. Many of those photos are of great grandparents and other family members I never […]

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How to take care of your digital photos

I’m sure at some point in time someone has asked you this question. “If your house was on fire and you could only grab one item to save, what would it be” Ask the question to a room of people and I’m sure there would be at least a few who say they would save […]

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Embracing imperfection

Letting go of perfect and clinging on to what matters I want to tell you the story of a photo. They say that a picture tells a thousand words, but to me this picture simply says “you need to let go of perfection”. The photo is of my son and I. Even though it was […]

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3 tips for a relaxing photoshoot

My tips for a more relaxing photoshoot

I am not a stress head… at all.

Ask anyone in my family and they will happily share the frustration that my cool, calm, “she’ll be right” attitude can sometimes cause (especially in airports).

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Child led photoshoots

YOUNG, WILD + FREE I offer get parent’s apologising for their kids at a photoshoot. “I’m so sorry, they haven’t slept today” “It must be a full moon” “They definitely get that from their dad..” I get it – trust me! At our recent family photos my son fell asleep 5 minutes from the location […]

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5 excuses to not be in photos with your kids (that are absolute crap)

If you are like me you probably have a phone filled with photos of your kids. The hundreds of photos of their tiny new born feet. The blurry selfies they take when you leave your phone lying around. And of course the perfectly posed Instagram photos that took 100 takes. But how many photos do […]

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