London Family Photographer – Happy New Year 2019!

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So here starts another year for this London family photographer!

Four people and a dog walking away from a Start sign.


Time for some New Year Resolutions!

I used to hate January – with Christmas over and another few cold months ahead it never filled me with joy. But since working as a London family and wedding photographer I absolutely love it! A photographer’s months leading up to Christmas are crazy busy. There are so many family shoots to fit in. There are albums to design and gorgeous frames to order and deliver to clients. It sometimes feels that you’re not going to everything done in time, but somehow you do! So when 1st January comes around and everything calms down I love to reflect on the year gone by. I also find a little time to make a few New Year photography plans.

My main resolution of 2019 is to try and share more of my photos on this blog. This is something I plan to do every New Year but as the year progresses somehow it gets pushed to the bottom of my to-do list! Before I know it I haven’t shared any of my images for months. I’m determined this year will be different!

Favourite image series

I’m so excited that 2019 is looking like being the busiest year ever. I’ve already got 30 family photography sessions booked, on top of the weddings and musician shoots in the diary. As well as sharing images from recent sessions my aim is to start a series of favourite images I’ve taken over the years. One series will be for families, one for weddings, one for musicians, one for headshots and one for my school and nursery photography. I’m often asked which my favourite photos are, how I made them and why I think they work – so I thought this blog would be a great place to share some of my thought processes that go into creating a successful image.

I’m so looking forward to 2019! If you’re looking for a photographer for your family or wedding please do get in touch on or 07813 816335.


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