All tagged family portraits
If you've been to Denmark and you're a foodie, chances are you've been to Pepper & Salt Restaurant and tasted Silas's amazing food, which gives a solid spicy nod to his Fijian Indian heritage. As Silas says, Ang is the Salt to his Pepper, and their three children are the spicy blend of the two!
I love how all their personalities shine through, not just in their choice of outfits but in their approach to being photographed. This session in the pop-up studio was such a delight with this beautiful family. I'm fully booked now until the new year but taking bookings for 2017. Get in touch for more info.
At some point I really want to do a blog post about my recent exhibition called Lives Well Lived. However, now's not the time as I combined it with a pop-up studio and I'm still crazy-busy with session bookings and post-processing. Once I've caught up on myself...then will be the time!
Desmond and Pat had spent time at Tree Elle Retreat several years ago whilst touring the south west with some friends from Europe. It was clearly an experience that was memorable for all the right reasons because when they were thinking about how to mark Desmond's 80th birthday, a gathering of the clan from far and wide at Tree Elle over the Easter long weekend was the perfect solution. With four separate self-contained houses set amongst beautiful gardens it was the perfect location for a big family reunion with their five children and eleven grandchildren (and the perfect opportunity for an extended family photo session!)