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A few weeks ago, I photographed 38 families on Wandsworth Common during the Bellevue Road Summer Fair. I collaborated with Jacksons Estate Agents (long-standing commercial client). At an average of 5 – 10 minutes per family to meet, greet, make the kids laugh, and get a few photos, it was a busy day! It turned out well and all the families kindly laughed at my weak jokes. The great weather helped of course!

Now gearing up for the autumn-portraits-before-Christmas rush. The autumn colours are predicted to be particularly good this year.

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Peacocks, check. Musicians (lots of them), check. Rare sunny day amongst a lot of rainy days – check!

Jo the bride is a singer and actress and sang her husband Richard a song later in the evening. But not before her Dad sang HER a song he wrote specially for the occasion. Being very musical, they hired TWO bands. Strong Sensation really set the mood for the night. Linda Abrahams kept everything running smoothly, the staff at Northbrook Park were lovely and so many others made the day great fun!

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Touch wood, but I seem to be lucky with weddings and photoshoots recently, getting a rare, small window of fine weather in between the weeks of rubbish we’ve been getting. I shot another wedding the day after this one that also had good weather (to post at a later date).

Wedding was at the The Farm Street Church and reception at The Lansdowne Club near Berkeley Square.

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Summer sunshine! Jubilee! Wimbledon! Olympics! And here’s something else to look forward to…

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A few weeks ago I covered the engagement ceremony, then a few days after that, the registry wedding for this Hindu couple (English and Canadian). As many of you know I have a fondness for black/white photography, but obviously the colour in these events is amazing! Particularly the women’s clothes and jewellery (the tikka on the forehead is fascinating). We had grey weather (pretty much the norm in London recently), but at least it wasn’t wet for the little outdoor shoot on Clapham Common.

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A few weeks ago I had a portrait commission at the wonderful Carnegie Club in northern Scotland. This estate is home to Skibo Castle, it’s own 18-hole golf course and more. Situated by stunning lochs, lodges dotted amongst the woods, swans gliding through the reeds…

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And more importantly, we were lucky with the weather! A week or two later it snowed in Scotland. But on the day it was still touch and go. Would the mist clear?

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I did a big Downunder trip over Christmas/January – home in New Zealand for Christmas, then visited friends/family in Australia & Hong Kong. (Some scenic images of NZ here on my other website).

While in Sydney, I met up with some past clients. Introduced via mutual friends over a year ago in London, I did a portrait session with them in London when Harry was about 6 months old. Then they moved to Sydney and over a year later Luke has now taken over the 6-month-old charmer role while Harry is bigger, faster and more mischievous. We spent a lovely afternoon on Coogee beach and the light was gorgeous.

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I like winter light. You get low-angled light all day – when the sun is out that is. And it was out at just the right moments this day. A perfectly timed sunbeam illuminated the bride as she stepped from her white Rolls Royce and again when the newly-wed couple stepped from the charming St Vedast-alias-Foster church, St Paul’s Cathedral looking on approvingly in the background…

Whoops, sorry, got a bit carried away there. OK, let’s just get on with the photos. The reception venue was in the stunningly picturesque Old Hall & Crypt at Lincoln’s Inn Fields (where we also did part of the pre-wedding shoot a few months before). Harry Potter eat your heart out. The young & talented Soul Shakers provided a great big-band sound for the party.

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As many of you know, I made a long-overdue trip to New Zealand for Christmas with the family. It worked out well as a new addition to the clan was baptised while I was there, plus I met new cousins in town from Hong Kong (whom I stayed with a few weeks later on the way back to London).

At the time, it felt like photography took a backseat, which was fine as I was mainly there to catch up with family and friends. However, in hindsight I did take quite a few – including a lovely photo shoot with London clients now in Sydney (stay tuned for those). There are many more not featured, but here is a brief selection of family, starting with 93 year old Grandad…

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The other day I did the annual Christmas card photo shoot with my cousins, the musical Charlie Round-Turner, Tracy and little Will, in Battersea Park.

Will is about to enter the Terrible Twos stage in life and is developing a mischievous streak that is all too obvious in these photos. He is also, unfortunately, a big fan of a certain kids’ TV show featuring a pig, who likes to roll around in muddy puddles. Kids being kids like to emulate…

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