Tag: portrait

Top Tips for Dog Photography

Top Tips for Dog Photography

We all love our dogs: spoiling them, treating them, making them happy. Pet madness is here to stay. Cue the popularity of pet portraits. I always love the chance to work with a new pup. And to make the piece I always need reference material. […]

Working With Photos In Portraits

Working With Photos In Portraits

Last week I started a new piece for a gorgeous client. A double portrait of her gorgeous toddler girls. When I consulted her about this piece in late Spring, we agreed to start work straight away to capture their youth while their faces are so […]

Double Portrait – The Prep And Taking Photos Of Little Ones

Double Portrait – The Prep And Taking Photos Of Little Ones

This is Lilly and Polly, they’re sisters and they are 2 and a half and 11 months old. Their favourite things are their mini-kitchen, their dollies and cuddles. This double portrait was such joy to make because the girls had such love between them. Also, […]

Drawing Freddie – The Process

Drawing Freddie – The Process

This is little Freddie. He is one and a half and he is ace. His favourite things are tractors, smiling and his Mum. I often draw portraits of children for my clients (more often than not I don’t publicise them because of privacy reasons). They’re […]

Meet Minnie The Greek Pup!

Meet Minnie The Greek Pup!

Meet Minnie, a six month old Greek pup who is a little shy. I was asked to do this to celebrate her as a pup and it was a pleasure – a little different to do as she is a little more shy than other […]