Monthly Archives: December 2015

Towards the end of the year, when my schedule is less busy, it allows more time for study, development and reading. During the last couple of months, and arriving at the end of 2015, I’ve been thinking a lot about the passing of time – part of this has been through taking on the 365 (photo-a-day) challenge…

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  • Hannah - Wow, I can feel the emotion and love in these!! Lovely round up Julie. Looking forward to 2016 xxxReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Belton - What a wonderful selection Julie, capturing all those real moments, it requires so much skill, patience, feeling and experience , fantastic!ReplyCancel

  • Annamarie Stepney - Aaaaaah congrats on what looks like a totally fun and love filled year Julie! Loving your thoughts too on the meaning of it all….especially that of kairos time which I agree is totally what it’s all about. Happy Christmas lady and a fab 2016 to you xReplyCancel

  • Sharron - Julie, these are such beautiful moments – I love all the “decisive moments” so perfect, so complete. Wonderful storytelling from start to finish. What a brilliant year you’ve had. Here’s to a very happy and creative 2016! xxReplyCancel

  • Nicola Lyall - Lovely images Julie – what a fab year you’ve had … story telling and capturing love and laughter at its best! xReplyCancel

  • Sarah - Gorgeous photos. Privileged to have been in some of the moments here – and certainly your photos have captured some of our most important moments and emotions this year!ReplyCancel

  • Sam - I know have a new word and its meaning. Wonderful moments! or should I say Kairos xxReplyCancel

  • Mark Lynham - these are so lovely Julie, you really have managed to capture the emotion on that special day. Fantastic work! xReplyCancel

  • Ann - So so beautiful, I just love what you capture.ReplyCancel

  • Jordanna Marston - How much fun have you had this year?! Love the energy in these photos, Julie, they all feel very real…and that gets the big thumbs up from me! Well done – here’s to a brill 2016! xReplyCancel

  • Juliet - These are so good Julie. Kairos! I love it. An inspired post. All the very best for 2016 my friend. xReplyCancel

  • Angela Ward Brown - Such a beautiful set of images Julie, all human life is there, in all its glory. Have a brilliant 2016 xxReplyCancel

  • Helen Lisk - Lovely work Julie! I love the combination of humour and wonderfully intimate moments you’ve captured. Hope 2016 is just as great xxxReplyCancel

  • Kirsten Mavric Photography - Love all the motion and joy in these, Julie 🙂 xxxReplyCancel

  • Karen Flower - And this shows just what great timing you have Julie! A great set of images filled with emotion xReplyCancel

  • Vicki White - Such real and beautiful moments captured really natural!!! Bring on 2016!!! XxxReplyCancel

  • Kelly Green - What a fab 2015 you’ve had!! So many wonderful moments captured perfectly 🙂ReplyCancel

Emily & Nathan’s Berkshire farm wedding packed in so many gorgeous elements AND so many brilliant guests!  It was a busy day filled with fun from start to finish.  Emily’s Berkshire family home near Cookham was where I met up with all the girls – and Daffy the dog – getting ready, while the back…

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When I first met Kirsty and Joel, they explained how they had been a couple for several years, and as they prepared for getting married, they wanted to find somewhere to gather together their friends and family from Australia, England, Ireland and Scotland for a relaxed party. Also high on their list of priorities –…

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I  travelled down to Lyme Regis, on the Dorset heritage coast, the day before Kirsty & Joel’s wedding.  It gave us a chance to catch up again and to take some pre-wedding portraits whilst having a mooch around this prettiest of seaside towns.  The sky got its rain out of the way and left nothing but…

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