One the very wonderful things about being married with 3 pretty young children is that you can book your first abroad mini break in 7 years, arrive prepared with a who suitcase of new summery clothes that you are super excited to wear and feel good in, wake up on your first morning and it’s […]
Bonjour de montagne en France! Here we are, up at 1850-2800 feet, chugging vin chaud, tearing down piste, new camera in hand and just loving it. Find out more about my commissioned work here… Farlie Photography!
Meet baby Jaime. This is my little cousin Freya’s brand new baby girl and she is absolutely beautiful. I remember being twelve and rushed down to Devon when she was born. My Dad’s baby-sister had had a baby. Auntie Mel, the baby of the family, everyone’s baby. She had a baby. And now? Well that […]
Oh what a treat to be heading up to London town for this fabulous session! No grass, no trees, no sand, no sea for this country-based photographer on this Tuesday afternoon. Bricks, windows, bikes, roads, buses, steel, doorways and pavements are this day’s urban backdrop and cloudy Shoreditch delivered textures in buckets. All the more […]
Well 2017… You were everything I hoped and more. I’m a big New Years goal setter and on my list for my photography were two main goals; to recover from maternity leave and up my wedding game. I’ve had some woe begotten friends this year, socialising hasn’t been able to rank all that highly… But […]
Oh the smoothest porcelain skin. I totally adored this session, it’s such a pleasure and an honour to hang out with new parents when they are as absolutely devoted as these two were. Literally think I saw love hearts in their eyes whenever they talked about him. Completely precious new little family. And really, if anything’s […]
I couldn’t bring myself out the bubble until now. Just stopping and breathing has been the only way to grab rare and singular slower moments amongst the Christmas chaos that quickly turned to new term chaos. Logging in felt like it would only accelerate time. And then I didn’t know what to say. Until […]