Booking an individual portrait session with me is an exciting process. From the initial inquiry right through to selecting your final images, we work together to make the most beautiful images of yourself you have ever seen. My studio in Warwick, Qld is where it all takes place.
I am a portrait photographer, my portraits are designed to not only make you look good, but make you feel good too. Because that is what it is all about for me, making women feel comfortable and happy with who they are. My job is to take images of you that you love, where the first thing you see is your beauty, not the extra kilos, or the knobbly fingers or whatever else is your ‘go to’ criticism that stops you from looking any further.
I did (still do sometimes) have a long list of things to hate about myself. But things have changed in the past few years. Below is the portrait of me that I love (taken by a few years ago by Little Flock Photography | now Pyrefly Pictures). It hangs in our bedroom, just for me, and each and every time it catches my eye it makes me smile, every single time. This image makes me feel beautiful. Even at 4am, on my third trip down the hall to return a child to their bed, it still makes me feel good about myself. It’s that feeling that I want to give to each and every woman who sits before my camera. That sense of pride in who you are, what you have achieved and yes, what you look like.
“Portraits are all about feeling for me. How they make me feel, how they make you feel, how they make your loved ones feel”
While some people might just see them as a handful of expensive photos, to me portraits have an incredible power to evoke emotion and take you somewhere else. Portraits of yourself are so important. They are something to remind yourself of your own beauty, your own value. Even when that beauty is buried so deep in work, kids, jobs and life in general, that it almost gets forgotten about, portraits still exist unchanged, reminding you that it is all still there (albeit under 7 loads of washing..).
Wondering what a session might look like? Take a look here….