Seagrove Bay – Isle of Wight – Portrait Photographer
I’m not a couple photographer.
And I don’t do weddings.
So why did I say ‘yes’ to meeting Harriet and Thorne in Seagrove Bay for their portrait session?
Because I took time to find out the heart of their story.
So, here it is …
My discovery leads me to laughter and love.
Silly stories and fond memories.
Strength, certainty and assurance.
How do I know?
Harriet’s thoughtfulness to others, her compassion when sharing stories of recent dramas on the island.
The conviction that Thorne will reach for the stars (we also crafted some head shots to use on his performing art’s profile).
Harriet and Thorne are amazing and I’m so glad we said ‘yes’ to new adventures.
Dancing on the beach, clambering up rocks and re-creating pinterest moments that didn’t quite work.
Harriet wants to capture this moment together, as they start their first year off the island. We go through our session together using inspiration boards to pinpoint their story and find out the best way to create photographs they’ll love.
Once we’ve found our soul mate we always want to mark this time and share it with others. As viewers we relate to heart warming stories – stories that are personal, we can connect to, we can celebrate, we can relate to.
Once I discover Harriet’s story – I pull out my super hero skill set of questioning, planning, sharing, teaching and guiding to create an easy-going session using Seavgrove bay.
My secret weapon … shared.
True love, written on a card and shared in a quiet lane (away from the winter’s wind).
Harriet and Thorne, enjoy where you are right now and reach for the stars. I produce stylish portraits for the modern women that are neither cliched nor formulaic. The portraits in my portfolio are full of character and detail, captured during relaxed sessions that are ever-practical and fun – so they are easy on the purse strings and appreciated by couples or families too.
For more advice on natural portrait sessions or to book a natural portrait by an Isle of Wight photographer, get in touch and I’ll be happy to help.