Sisterly love – Sydney Family Photographer

So far behind on the Blog posts! Note to self – post more shoots in 2014! Said that in 2013 too, so we’ll see how I go!

These two beauties and their parents had a ball at their session (some months ago now!)  It was very, very hot and smokey from all the bushfires around Sydney at the time, and alot of the park was closed to the public for safety, but we found some new spots, rolled around on the ground and got some lovely shots.

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Blue-eyed Beauty | Sydney Family photography

I love taking family portraits.

I love to capture those moments when a family interacts with each other, just doing their thing.

The little moments, as time passes, you might forget.

But occasionally, a shoot doesn’t go to plan, and this one didn’t start out too well! Firstly, a mix up with our chosen outdoor location, with me being advised a booking was not needed only to arrive and be told the exact opposite was extremely embarrassing and frustrating. I hate to look unprofessional! Whilst I was trying to sort out this mix up, 8 month old Xavier decided he didn’t like what he was wearing and, well…. number two’s was well represented!

We agreed on an alternative location, Xavier was changed, we took  a quick 20 minute drive and then settled into our session.

These are just a handful of the beautiful images we were able to capture!

Erin and Stacy, thank you both for your patience! Even with our little dramas, I hope I’ve captured you exactly as you wanted. It was an absolute pleasure to spend time with your beautiful family.

Bringing back the Classics!

Recently, I was hired to capture a night-time event here in Sydney. The location,  an old mental hospital, Callan Park.

Having lived in Sydney all my life, I had never been to, let alone heard of  this place! Sydney really is a big place!

The night was filled with classical music. I don’t know who liked it more, the adults or the kiddies!