Monday, 29 September 2014

The Great Exhibition of Boscombe - Colour Addict

This week marks the start of the The Great Exhibition of Boscombe alongside the Arts By The Sea Festival.

 "An Exhibition embracing our history, culture and local talent, bringing life and visitors to the streets, local businesses and places of interest."

 I couldn't resist hunting for some of these hidden gems and today I found two incredible pieces of artwork in the most unlikely of places.

 What can only be described a complete explosion of energy at Roumelia Lane, hidden behind the high street and a woodland fairytale wall at 25a St Clements Road.

This incredible intense fix of colour has left me feeling energised and bursting to find more!



Saturday, 27 September 2014

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Meet Riley, a very scrumptious little caterpillar not even a week old :)


We even had a guest visitor to the set... Hi Merlin!

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Country Bump Chic At Throop Mill

 Today's maternity shoot was a very special one for me. The day we had been waiting for had finally arrived, bump shoot day.

 I got photograph my beautiful niece Casey and her equally beautiful baby girl bump.

The shoot had a very glam meets country feel, perfect for the most glam mum to be I know. (And not just because of the shiny new Armani bag that tagged along!)



Saturday, 13 September 2014

Connecting With Nature - A Woodland Bump Shoot

So this morning I had the pleasure of taking these beautiful rustic images of a very gorgeous mummy to be.

 I had never been to Bryanston Woods in Blandford before today but, after being inspired by the falling leaves, moody trees, wild strawberries and fairy moss... I will definitely be going back.

"There is no phone reception in the depths of forest but, I guarantee you will find a better connection."


Saturday, 6 September 2014

Princess-sitting - Chores made magical.

I would like to introduce to you, two little girls dear to my heart.

Princess Alana and Princess Lottie.

The mini royalty and I setup camp in our local gardens and the girls sat reading fairy tales while waiting for their favourite dresses to 'dry'. They assembled the washing line themselves and pegged up the dresses, chattering about their dream prince and slippers made of glass.

Who knew how much fun pretend chores can be when your really a little princess.