Round two with these two monkeys and a new addition - baby Howie. It always means a lot when I am asked to shoot the same family again - it's like playing a part in the making of their time capsule, and of course, continuity is always good. Thank you Ps for being yourselves!
Noa & Zoe
The Pup, The Tiger and The Dangermouse
They don't stop growing, and they grow really fast... Where did the time go?!
Jon Jon & Janine
Alfie & Mia
Mia reminded me of myself when I was her age - shy and really particular about what she wore. Alfie was completely unafraid and was so expressive, he was the quintessential Kid, with no self-consciousness or inhibition that plagues a lot of adults. May these two monkeys never grow up!
Lily was one of my closest friends in secondary school, so we've known each other for fifteen years. The fact that she's a mother of two now always leaves me a little bit astonished - I remember us sitting next to each other in class, being silly, annoying our teachers, laughing at our terrible jokes. Time really does fly when you're not paying attention.
This set means a lot to me because it was photography that brought us back into each other's lives (we'd lost touch for a couple of years). Thanks for the love, Lil. This one's for you.
Wes & Pax
These fraternal twins could not be any more different. I tried my best to do an Annie Leibovitz/Whoopi Goldberg with the bathtub shots, to limited success, but this shoot was still a lot of fun.
Three generations, one grandson and another on the way, and a shark-dog. This was a great shoot, I am reminded why I love what I do. Thank you Dana and Noe x
Leon, Levi, Liam & Lennart
These four monkeys were my biggest challenge for a family shoot thus far - four different personalities, temperaments, wants and energy levels, how mom Naomi does it is completely beyond me. Super fun shoot!
Kai & Lala
Kai has eyelashes to die for and Lala had six meltdowns before 9am. Mom Kat was a Ford model now a yoga teacher, and dad Taj just landed from a flight from India. They are all kinda crazy, but I loved photographing them.