The Scott Family, Earlham Park, Norwich

An hour or so of running, climbing and being wild in this great space provided for some lovely photos of two little ones who were really not feeling the more posed shots at all.

They were definitely inspired by the mystic feel of the huge rockery in the woods tucked away at Earlham Park – Sticks turned into wands, and unicorn horns and branches were broomsticks. I must say it is a very magical place to be and for photo shoots,

We were very lucky to have some absolutely amazing weather and light for the shoot, and I have my fingers firmly crossed for much more of it.

Thank you for a fun shoot with lots of character to capture Scott Family.

Enjoy xx

The Leeder Family, at Eaton Park

I wanted to try out my new kit and one of my close family friends were very keen to have some family photos taken, we headed to one of my very favourite spots in Norwich for photography – Eaton Park.

The children were definitely not so keen as their mum on the idea of having these photos, but they soon realised they were really just there for a play and could just pretty much ignore the camera


If ever there was a perfect wedding day to capture this was it!…..Stunning waterside venue, Amazing blue sky weather, and a Beautiful Couple totally in love.

The day was overflowing with Love, Laughter and great moments all around. Lucy and Kyle were lucky enough to be able to have their ceremony outside, with Lucy arriving by boat. The speeches had everyone in the room smiling and giggling and a few actually hysterical! I must admit I found it hard to hold the camera still myself a few times.

Thank you again for allowing us to capture your amazing day – we really enjoyed it, and Thank you again to The Boat House, Ormesby for providing so many fantastic photo back drops.

From Boats to Balloons, Tears to Tantrums and Cuddles to Congas, I hope this small selection of photos bring back happy memeories of it all,

Best Wishes, Mr and Mrs Robinson, I hope to cross paths again xx

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We met Louise at home where her and her bridesmaids were very calmly getting ready – Louise’s excitement and emotions rose though as she put on her dress – she looked stunning! The moment Louises dad walked in and saw her in her dress for the first time was one of the most emotional and lovely reactions we have seen!

Waiting outside was a limsouine ready to take Louise to Waterside – a surprise from her family! They then all travelled by boat to the ceremony at The Boat House, in Ormesby – What an amazing start to an amazing day!

We could not have been luckier with the weather and were treated to sunshine and bright blue skies for our first visit to this stunning venue (we had just one very heavy downpour thrown in but this was during the speeches!)

Louise and Kevin’s ceremony was held outside and had the most beautiful scenery surrounding them, we were then lucky enough to join the couple on a boat trip out on the Norfolk Broads. It was good fun for all and we got to capture to some great unique shots.

The speeches were emotional but fun and it was a first for us to hear a football sung during them by the Groom – and Bride! along with many others in the crowd!

The Harbour provided the perfect backdrop for some beautiful photos – when Kevin took a moment from his good humour (as you will see in a few below – but also many that I couldn’t post on here!!) Im sure more of this will be caught on their film by Mike Savory, who we had the pleasure to work alongside with for the day.

Kevin and Louise’s first dance was absolutely brilliant and finished our day in the same amazing way as it started! – Oh and then we had to sneak one more little trip out to the harbour to capture the evening light – hope you will agree it was worth it…. Kevin and Louise Thank you for allowing us to capture your wonderful day – I hope you enjoy these and I wish you both all the best for your future together….


I was first greeted by Isla – one of the little flower girls, as below at Lauras parents house, I knew from then that we were in for some great shots with the little ones! The preparations were all very calm and all the girls had a lovely time getting ready, they all looked beautiful. The back of Laura’s dress was stunning!

We we’re blessed with a random show of sunshine and blue skies admit the bad weather for Alex and Laura’s wedding day.

The ceremony took place at Cawston church, afterwards Laura’s mum surprised them with a visit from their little dog which they absolutely loved! After a shower of confetti, they headed off – champagne in hand, in a beautiful vintage car from Silverline limousines and they were lucky enough be able to have the rooftop down for the journey to their reception at Hunters hall, in Norfolk.

The children all made the most of the weather, running around the lovely grounds. Maddie enjoyed a play on the lovely new grass (see photo below) ….she won’t understand quite yet why this picture is such a good one, but I love the innocence and humour of it – Not sure Hunters hall will be so keen!?

The evening concluded with great music by the lee vasey band and a fantastic choreographed first dance by Laura and Alex.

Here is just a small selection of images from their special day…..

All the best for the future Laura and Alex – your boxset will be on the way to you soon


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