As a professional photographer specialising in children’s photography, there’s always more I can learn. There is never a time when you know everything. There is always something new to try, whether its a new style, technique or skill. In between all my client work, I think its really important to push my learning – it feeds my creativity and ensures the standard of my work is the best it can possibly be.
I’ve recently been working with my new mentor, a wonderful lady called Julie Oswin. Julie is widely respected in the UK photographic industry and is vice chair of the Guild of Photographers, of which I am a member. Julie is helping me develop both my photographic skills and my business and I know I’m in the most capable of hands. Since I’ve been working with her, I’ve learnt so much. I’ve been fortunate enough to accompany her on a shoot recently and you can view some of her amazing work here.
I also recently attended an amazing place called Aspire, for a Guild of Photographer’s workshop. Aspire is a little rural haven on the edge of the Lake District and they specialise in training and workshops for professional photographers. As well as providing us with some great business tips, and the best bread and cake I’ve ever tasted, they also arranged a couple of photoshoots for us. It was great opportunity to let our hair down and do some shots in new styles with some beautiful children. Here’s a selection of the images I got on the day.
You can also find out more about what I do by dropping me an email to email@example.com