Creating and capturing authentic, heartfelt moments in the Scottish Borders.
“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... It remembers the little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
- Aaron Siskind
Let's adventure together!
An Outdoor Family Photography Session can take place in a location of your choice - maybe somewhere you frequent regularly, or that has special memories attached. Or if you fancy trying something different then I have a comprehensive list of picture-perfect locations.
These sessions are great for the whole family - adults and children alike. But, you can't be afraid to get a little bit wet or dirty as the lovely Scottish weather can be unpredictable. And be prepared to get active as I will hardly ever have you standing still! Instead I'll guide and prompt interactions between you and your family, we'll play games, have conversations, and above all, have fun.
My goal isn't just to take a pretty picture of your family (although we will of course get those too), but to preserve how a moment feels. And link it to a memory that we've created, full of love and laughter.
Each and every session is tailored uniquely to your family to make it authentically YOU.
Let's snuggle in!
An "In-Home" or "Lifestyle" Photography Session (like the name suggests) takes place in the comfort of your own home. And I spend the majority of the session focussing on the connection between your family.
These sessions are wonderful at any age as, like my outdoor sessions, they're all about focusing on the connection between your family in a beautiful, authentic way. But they are especially popular for welcoming a new baby into the family as the whole session is super relaxed and there's no need to worry about weather!
The photographs are very natural, with very little posing and your baby can be awake or asleep when they are photographed.
They are the perfect way to welcome your new member to the family, capture the dynamics of their arrival, and remind you, forever more, how little they once were.