It was so good to hang out with these lovely girls and their gorgeous dog. Spending an afternoon with these sisters in their garden was a joy.
I can't believe this was last Spring! The year has flown by. This gorgeous family fill their home with love and a lot of crazy laughter.
... for a complimentary family photography session with Vicki Hull Photography.
Do you have little things that you want to remember about your here and now that will all too soon become memories? Maybe it's the way your children love their Sunday morning breakfasts or their unique fashion sense and the way they wear their socks. It could be their laughter while they are playing outside in the garden or their squeals as they search for snails. It could be their creativity with materials from the recycling bin or their individual style of imaginative play!
Whatever it is that makes your family yours is what I would like to photograph.
The session... This is a storytelling style session where you are yourselves, and with very little direction, I document your story with photographs. It will be a 'day in the life' session, of you and your family so will take place in your home and possibly one of your favourite places. It would involve you doing something together as a family such as cooking, playing or making. The session will take up to 3 hours of your time and in return you will receive 8 digital images, free of charge, from an online gallery.
I am looking for a family with children aged 3 upwards in the Leighton Buzzard, Buckingham, Aylesbury and Milton Keynes area.
If you think that this is the way that you would like your family to be photographed then please do get in touch using the form below by Monday 15 June 2015.
Just remember that there is beauty in your everyday even if sometimes it can be a little hard for you to see it.
These three siblings asked me to photograph them and their loved ones as a gift for their Mum's upcoming big birthday. With little brother only around for a few days we managed to find time for a little walk in the woods and then to keep the pictures a secret for a really long time. Now I'm so pleased to be able to share them...