Des Walsh, a business coach with clients around the world, reached out for professional headshots to reflect the wisdom he provides, the trust his clients have in him, and his prowess as a strategic thinker.Read More
“I never take a day for granted that I am have been so lucky to be able to have a child.” The journey to motherhood is not always easy or straightforward “I now truly appreciate how hard it is to become pregnant, and then also to be a mum!”Read More
Family is everything for Fiona - “having my daughter was the best thing that has happened in my life. Parenthood is a gift and a blessing. I am so proud of the mother I am becoming. My husband is my rock, and our family is my universe”.Read More
Sarah knows her “number one priority is looking after these two little people who need and want me for everything. I am their world and they look up to me.“ She was thrilled to be photographed in her portrait session.Read More
The exciting 38 Mothers Project took a 4-6 week pause, giving my wife and I time to welcome our first child, a baby boy we named Alexander. He was born on my birthday (yay!) and still gets called Roo quite a lot too.
Having had over a month now to get familiar with our little guy's needs and routines, it's time to reopen the 38 Mothers Project...Read More
This Father's Day give Dad a present which speaks to his heart. He would love a photo of you and him in a professional Portrait Photoshoot gift including a print which will last for years to come.Read More
Amber is a friendly and driven woman. She is the proud mother of two teenagers active in their local surf lifesaving club, a teacher, tutor, a cyclist, triathlete and an ironwoman.Read More
A simple way to improve your photos is pay attention to what is in the background. If it is too bright or busy it may end up competing for the eye's attention and be distracting.
I'm searching for 38 mothers, each with their own story.
To celebrate the upcoming birth of our first baby, in my 38th year, I will be photographing 38 Mothers to bring to light the wonders and challenges of motherhood, to celebrate them and their unique journey. I'm calling it the "38 Mothers Project".Read More