Glamping in Northumberland
In other news, I spent the weekend on a travel assignment for the Bells of Hemscott, there'll be a full blog post coming later in the week about this fabulous glamping destination in the wilds of Northumberland but to keep you going here's one of my favourite travel photographs of the weekend, I'm calling it Looby vs the Cows.
I should say that cows, although they're quite a curious bunch they're also shy so Looby definitely won, one of the things I loved about staying on the farm was the fact that you got to be so close up to the animals, it was so wonderful getting back to nature for the whole weekend and I can't wait to go back when it's just hubby and I to have a sneaky romantic weekend away from it all.
Kids and Family Portraits
people keep asking if I am still photographing kids and families, well yes I am, I still love photographing families in the north east of England and beyond, in fact if I'm coming to your city and you would like to book a photo shoot with me please get in touch! here's some images from recent photo shoots in Tynemouth, Heaton, Jesmond Dene and Saltwell Park and also at home with the clients
if you would like to book a kids/family/couples portrait it's £40 for a regular session on location or at home (for central Newcastle, please contact me for pricing if you are further afield) and you'll get a web gallery for 30 days, 15% off for the first week your gallery is live and you'll also get a complimentary 12x8 print. To book your session you can email email@example.com or you can click through to my website
This weekend will see me photographing the first of 3 June weddings, they're all completely varied and I can't wait, looks like the weather is going to be amazing for beach portraits too.
Over on my Facebook Page people are deciding which city I should visit next and they're choosing their least favourite city, at the moment the choices seem to be Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Coventry, Stoke on Trent or Sheffield, I'm kind of scared although I do love a challenge! Go leave your suggestion for the least inspiring city of the UK and I might be visiting there next!