The last few months, I have been focusing on something that I didn’t think I would get back to this soon. Work. Luckily, my work is fun. It’s photography, of course. I’ve been in the process of restarting photographing people, food, weddings, all things kid. It’s been a stressful few bits and pieces here and there,… Continue reading Catching up on blogging and business..
Over the last few weeks, I have been truly understanding what it means to have boys. There are hours of moving, running, eating, yelling, screaming, chaos. The only time it’s quiet in this house is when they have finally tired themselves out and have fallen asleep. While all of this has made exhausted, I can see the… Continue reading On Photographing busy, busy boys!
School holidays are finally, FINALLY over! Seriously. We are shattered. The beginning of term could not come fast enough! But luckily, we were blessed with some amazing weather! While we did stay here in town most of the time, we were able to sneak away for a few days and enjoy some love from the… Continue reading Oh the Holiday Snaps!
Over these school holiday – which did drive us all a bit mental – I’ve been thinking about how I photograph. How I photograph life, our family, our experiences, and ways to really start making this more than a hobby again. I was lucky enough to start photographing weddings at the Wellington Zoo! It is such an… Continue reading Another trip to the Wellington Zoo and photographing your children
Let the kids decorate the tree, they said. It’ll be fun, they said. Actually, it was fun! They loved it!
I hope everyone had a fantastic and spooky Halloween! This year was (finally) the first year we had our Pumpkin Carving Party here in NZ. It was a blast! Even though no one was able to get any of those great orange pumpkins (there is definitely a market for them if someone is keen!) we… Continue reading Goodbye October, Hello November!
These guys. If the sun is shining, they will be outside.
We are quietly waiting for spring.
I have always loved silhouette portraits. I imagined them on the walls of old Victorian era homes, filled with generations of families. There’s something so simple about them. But while we may not live in the Victorian era, and there are new cutting machines that make this a breeze, I felt it was something that needs to be… Continue reading How to Make a Silhouette Portrait
Goodbye, Autumn. Hello, Winter. X