I photographed Harry and Ishika's wedding a few years ago and I was stoked when they asked me to capture photos of their son's first birthday party.
I spent a day with Blake, Melanie, August and Eden in their home. We also went for a walk to the park and a café where we had lunch together.
In this age of digital imagery and the culture of "now" and "more" there is nothing like the enduring beauty of the tangible. When your photos are printed they are brought to life, forever!
You might view your digital photos on your phone and share them online but for the most part they are forgotten and never seen again on your computer hard drive.
My fine art book is a stunning keepsake that will hold your memories for generations. The bookcloth and leather covers are luxurious. And the fine art paper must be seen and touched to appreciate its visceral quality.
The aim of family documentary photography is to tell the story not just as the family as a whole but the story of their relationships with one another. The best way to do this is to capture a day in your life. Often these are the fleeting moments of life, the ones that are messy, delightful, and wonderfully human — that tell the best stories.Read More