Phone selfies, memory full, countless USB’s and computer files..

These are the days of visual overload and the illusion of having it all.
      Once you break down the noise of this image stream pouring in from all the social media channels, you may see a pattern.
In contrast to the ‘old fashion family holiday album’ filled with castles and perhaps a full two pixels worth of blurry loved ones, we are now facing the reverse.
       We are more self-focused and self-aware as we effortlessly digitally collect memories - I only wish I was able to do, all those years ago (with exception to some of the uni parties I attended 😃) 

The shift:
Through the advances in technology, the camera is now not something that is not only whipped out for holidays and birthday parties.
We snap everyday moments, we snap every day – and that is great!!
       However, often in the search of the Pinterest-like picture pretty moment, the true moment is lost..
Remember the good old film roll when you had to take a couple of shots before to “get the reel rolling” and then a couple more after to “finish it off”?
These often produced some of the most precious and natural shots on the roll!
The unscripted life shots or just a picture of what was in front of the lens. Natural and beautiful…
      A piece of today to keep forever. The pieces of who we are. The pieces of how complex and amazingly imperfect is life.
I truly believe in the importance of having the our “together” moments saved. It will be the best gift for the generations to come.
Embracing ourselves being us.
Not looking at the camera smiling but looking at each other.

Lifestyle Headshots in West London

Headshot photographer in West London:

Aside from my family work, I love having the opportunity to work with small business owners too, helping them to build their online presence.
Behind each business, there is a person and their story and through my headshots, I want to tell these stories.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure to work with the lovely Le’Nise Brothers, founder of
Le’Nise is a registered naturopathic Nutritional Therapist and wellbeing coach for women who struggle with low energy, hormonal issues, anxiety, depression and weight loss.

Her positive attitude is so contagious and if you are looking for any nutritional advice, please head her way!

Below are a few photographs from our time together.

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Iver Family Photography

In-home family portrait:

At the end of the year, I had the pleasure of meeting the lovely family of three for a photo shoot.
It was such a beautiful morning and below you can see the few photographs from the time we shared.

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Kew Bridge Family Photography

Kew Family Portrait:

Capturing memories. A few weeks ago I had the honour to witness and photograph the morning time of a lovely family of four in West London.  It was such a beautiful time. Through my lens, I want to tell a story, your story. Focusing on the magic locked in the in-between moments, that so often go unnoticed.

Please take a look at the few photographs from the time that we have shared.

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Whitton Family Photography

Family photographer in Whitton:
Catching up with blogging and there is something so magical in returning for a photo shoot with the same family!
Being able to witness the changes and having the privilege of capturing their adventures yet again.

In-home family portrait West London:
Having met in the spring time for a park photo shoot, I was back a few weeks ago but this time for a family photo shoot in their lovely home in West London.
It is so important to have memories captured, saved from fading away.
Play time, story time and all the little moments that when time passes, will be forever held and will not be forgotten.

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