She arrived with a suitcase full of outfit options, a headful of glorious red hair, and her dancing shoes firmly on her feet.
Jasmine swirled and twirled and laughed around the grounds of Waverley Abbey in Farnham. When I saw a patch of buttercups in the rich green grass, she didn’t hesitate to help my little idea live outside of my head. It’s a different sort of child portrait – it feels otherworldly to me, like something from a fairytale. And that’s why I love it, why it resonates with me so much.
But she didn’t stay a sleeping beauty for long. Soon Jasmine was up and exploring, loving the adventure she found herself on. And it was wonderful to follow her, watch her discover the ruins, tell the time with dandelion clocks, dance in the old great hall with no roof, flooded in warm light as the sun set over the meadow.
It’s a magical place, the Abbey. I’m so lucky to have locations like this to photograph in and explore with like-minded little adventurers.
The summer months are approaching, the days are stretching out in front of us, and I got a little bit sunburnt yesterday. It’s a great time to get outside and create some beautiful images of the kids you love.With the correct amount of suncream applied, obviously. So if you have an adventurous spirit you want captured on camera, I’d love to meet them.
Booking your session couldn’t be easier – you can call me on 0784 147 9035, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to check my availability and start planning your portrait experience.