documentary

family Portrait Session | 2 hours

I try to describe to people what documentary family photography is all about, but it is really hard to explain.  I think a lot of us are visual learners so we really need to see things.  And then we really need to experience them to get a greater understanding. Hopefully this slideshow and following images will give you an idea.

My sessions are to capture all the little things that happen in a family on a daily basis, that go unnoticed.  Things you will really enjoy looking back on when you are older and when the kids are gown up.  Your children will LOVE looking at these images when they are older and hopefully you will all LAUGH a lot, together.

Kids are hilarious, they just are.  And they do the strangest, funniest, weird, gross, sweet and cute things ever.  THAT is what I love to capture. I want you all in ten years time, sitting in the lounge room together, laughing and smiling over your photos and the memories they create.

Please enjoy the slide show of this amazing family and been through a lot with their little boy who is absolutely gorgeous and so full of energy as you will see.  He doesn't stop.


If you are interested in an alternative to traditional family portrait photography then one of my documentary family sessions may be just what you are looking for. You can get in touch with me here for any questions or enquiries.

Family Documentary Session | Highgate Hill

These guys have had a tough start to parenthood and life with Annabel and Albert being born at 28 weeks.  I can't even imagine how heart wrenching that would have been.  There is nothing stopping these twins now though - they are going full steam ahead! You wouldn't even know the ordeal they would have endured.  Gorgeous , personable little beings they are with energy to spare, as there usually is with two year old children.  Annabel seems to have a purpose and will with what she does and Albert wants to be around and look after his sister.  So sweet.  Sarah and Andrew have the house set up so the twins can have the most amount of freedom with the least amount of destruction. Very clever. It is tough having toddlers that is for sure.  Oh and did I mention that they live in Sarah's grandmothers house - almost in it's original condition.  Amazing. 

 

 

Would you like family photos where you don't need to pose.  Where your kids can run wild and free and show their true spirits.  I think you are in the right place then.

My aim is to keep your session as casual as possible capturing more candid style images in my organic style.  There is no pressure on your or your children to pose and smile at the camera. Natural, emotive and authentic moments between you and your family is what we are after.  Please contact me if you are interested in this style of photography