Baby Photography: Welcome to the World

Posted by on May 29, 2014 in Baby Photography, Bristol Photography | 0 comments

A few of you may remember my maternity shoot with our friends (and clients) last year at the beautiful Ashton Court, here in Bristol. Shortly after they gave birth to a gorgeous baby boy – HUGE congratulations to them. At only a couple of weeks old I had the great honour of being asked to photograph this tiny little cuddle monster This tiny little one is now much older and much bigger so I thought it would be nice to look back and remember how little he was and how cuddly he was at just two weeks old. Here are just a few of my...

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A Valentines Photography Special

Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Bristol Photography, Portrait Photography | 0 comments

A Valentines Photography Special

Whether its a wedding, engagement or just appreciating each other as a couple, taking time to have photo’s taken of yourselves as a couple to capture the happy moments in your relationships is such an important thing to do. It gives you, your children and future grandchildren something to look back on. I don’t know about you but I love looking back with my Grandma on pictures of her and Grandad before my mum was even born. They look so alive and just gorgeous (I get that warm fuzzy feeling just thinking about them). So with that in...

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Maternity Photography: The excited anticipation of what’s to come…

Posted by on Oct 19, 2013 in Baby Photography, Portrait Photography | 0 comments

Maternity Photography: The excited anticipation of what’s to come…

I don’t know about you but nearly every single one of my friends is either trying, expecting or just had a baby, so it’s a very exciting time for our household as we get to share our friends journeys to parenthood. Oh, not to mention getting to cuddle all of their beautiful bundles of happiness – well they are just so cute! Did I mention I love my job?! So to pay homage to our friends (and one of my more recent commissions), who have this week given birth to their gorgeous little boy (he really is, I’ve seen pictures),...

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Portrait Photography: A bit of Gromit Unleashed

Posted by on Sep 20, 2013 in Bristol Photography, Portrait Photography | 0 comments

Portrait Photography: A bit of Gromit Unleashed

So some of you may not class this as ‘portrait photography’, especially if you have to have living beings in the shots but I don’t! Portrait Photography to me is taking images of ‘things’ or ‘people’ at close quarters and what better way to practice your skills than to take photo’s of something fun, that doesn’t move! I was a huge fan of the Gorilla’s two years ago, that raised money for the new gorilla enclosure at Bristol Zoo – which by the way is open now and looking amazing!...

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Love, Love, Love…..

Posted by on Apr 11, 2013 in Bristol Photography | 0 comments

Love, Love, Love…..

  So my mantra for my photographic eye is “Capturing the ‘love’ between people” What exactly do I mean by that?       Well, this….. [singlepic id=209 w=320 h=240 float=center] Love is…..the way two lovers gaze into each others eyes [singlepic id=254 w=320 h=240 float=center] Love is…..the way a couple are together, when stealing a moment away from guests at their wedding [singlepic id=253 w=320 h=240 float=center] Love is…..the way a mother gazes lovingly at her...

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Thank you for trusting me….

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012 in Bristol Photography, Wedding Photography | 0 comments

Thank you for trusting me….

About six months ago, two of my good friends (Dan and M) announced they were having a baby, as well as extremely excited, I was surprised because I always thought they would get married first (they were engaged) and because I didn’t even know they were trying. Then, just two months ago, whilst having lunch with M, she said they were thinking of getting married before the due date but it was going to be a very intimate wedding. So, I thought I would offer to pop along and take a few photo’s of their big day, as the best gift I could...

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A New Fun Approach to Marketing nickiBreeze Photography

Posted by on Mar 12, 2012 in Bristol Photography | 0 comments

A New Fun Approach to Marketing nickiBreeze Photography

The other weekend JP and I decided to take chocolate monster on a long walk, down the river at Oldbury-on-Seven. We desperately needed to tire him out as he thinks it’s ok to attack poor old Tilly, attempting to goad her into playing with him, when all she wants to do is sleep! It was a beautiful day so we thought we’d take the cameras out with us, get some nice landscape shots. Although, as mentioned in previous posts, the combinations of chocolate monster and cameras is not always wise. The last time being when I was on a walk...

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Pets and People…surprisingly similar in the photography world

Posted by on Feb 24, 2012 in Bristol Photography, Portrait Photography | 0 comments

Pets and People…surprisingly similar in the photography world

As a portrait photographer who offers both ‘Pet Portraits’ as well as ‘People Portraits’ (in the form of family, baby, engagement, wedding photography), I am used to having to engineer a situation to get the best photographs possible. We all know from taking family pictures that it is very difficult to get that one image where nobody is either picking their nose (it does happen), or closing their eyes, or their heads are turned or even their eyes are looking in a different direction. If you have a little brother like...

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How I knew I had the photo-factor….

Posted by on Feb 4, 2012 in Bristol Photography, Portrait Photography | 0 comments

How I knew I had the photo-factor….

So you can take good photo’s of friends and family to put in the family photo album or on Facebook, you think you are composing nice landscape ‘type’ images on holiday but does that make you a potential photographer? Well, if you love taking them, perhaps YES! I have always loved taking photographs, right from my 10th birthday when I got my first film camera, I was itching to capture moments that no one else would think to capture. One of my first images being of my dad as he came home from work on said birthday. He hates...

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