Back in April of 2018, I had the honour of documenting Baby E’s super quick arrival into the world . . .
Following the arrival of their latest addition, I joined this lovely Bristol family to record this special time and update their family photographs . . .
Yesterday I had the very exciting news that Vogue Italia had published one of my recent images . . .
Clemmie Hooper (AKA Mother of Daughters) visits The FMLY Store in Bruton to talk about her new book, How to Grow a Baby Journal . . .
During the Christmas break I had the pleasure of joining Alex and Christian at their home in Westbury-sub-Mendip to capture the arrival of their second son, Eden. It was a day filled with strength, love and laughter . . .
This was my first time entering the annual Shoot and Share Contest and I'm so thrilled that one of my submitted images placed as a finalist within the maternity category . . .
Six months ago to the day, I joined Matt and Sarah to document their twins arrival by cesarean section. Although I was unable to join them in theatre, there were still plenty of details to record . . .
I joined the lovely Megan and Ashley at the stunning Barnsley House one drizzly afternoon at the very beginning of October for a maternity session with the most beautiful of locations as a backdrop . . .
Instagram power couple Mother Pukka and Papa Pukka head to The FMLY Store to talk business, social media, flexible working and Parenting The Sh*t Out Of Life . . .
Back a couple of weeks ago I was thrilled to find out that one of my birth images had been featured by The Huffington Post! I cannot even begin to tell you the excitement levels when I found out!
In a bid to break the taboo and raise awareness during Baby Loss Awareness Week I wanted to share our story with you in the hope that it may help or comfort someone else going through similar . . .
On Sunday 30 July, I was extremely privileged to join Debbie and Neil to document the arrival of their daughter. It was an absolutely amazing experience and one which I won't forget in a hurry . . .