The kind of photo you look at in 10 years time and remember
I have a photo of me feeding an elephant, it’s in a cheap, blue padded frame sat on my window sill. It’s an awful photograph, in a gauche frame.
Why do I keep it? Purely because there’ll never be another opportunity to feed elephant bananas. It’s a single moment in time. No-one has a photo quite like it.
That’s one of the reasons I love doing what I do – a chance to record your own family history, albeit with a touch of class.
Your story told beautifully
You only have to look at your own family’s images to understand the history of your family. Ask to see your great-grandparents’ wedding photographs – I bet they’re stiff images that lack any joie de vivre.
One thing that remains the same today – photographs hold incredible sentiment for couples, friends, and relatives.
It’s wonderful to sit with your loved ones and reminisce about holidays and celebrations. Fleeting moments are frozen in time for eternity.
Nowadays, people share their enjoyment of life through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, but the reasons are the same – the need to reach out and share experiences with others.
How I’ll look after you
There’s nothing more gratifying than capturing family life through a lens. If anything I love the simplicity of everyday moments that allow you to remember love, laughter, and smiles during a time when perhaps you were too preoccupied to notice. Photographs allow us to remember and celebrate your happy times and give us even more reasons to celebrate life! Elephants are optional.