I met up with Catrin, Gethin and Nora for a family photo shoot near Castell Dolbadarn, Llanberis.
This is a magical spot that you can get to via a footpath behind the Victoria hotel.
Met up with Deb & Phil last week – we managed to fit this shoot in between rain showers and high winds.
Here are some photos from our pre wedding photo session at Chateau Rhianfa.
You’ve got to hand it to the people at Storiel in Bangor – they know how to bring art and history to life!
For this event they put on a whole 1960s experience, where people could dress up, make things, and listen to cool music, all as an accompaniment to an exhibition there.
I took some photos to document it. And dressed up as a rasta. 🙂
Find out what’s on at Storiel.
Steph and Arfon got married at Llanedwen Church – which is on the road past Plas Goch that takes you to the Menai Strait, opposite Felinheli.
Nice to meet Steph again – who I worked with at the Daily Post, quite a few years ago now!
We had did the pre-wedding shoot at Newborough – a great place for photos, especially with kids.
The wedding reception was held at the Celtic Royal.
It was a great day 🙂
Many thanks for the lovely wedding pictures, they are a beautiful reminder of our day.I’m very impressed how you got Nahum to smile in them all, he actually looks like he’s enjoying himself, thank you.I also can’t believe you have even made me look gorgeous in most of them, and not the old woman I see in the mirror!You have captured some very special moments of us and our day and we can not thank you enough.
I like Christmas, but I also quite like it when it’s done and dusted too.
With three kids there seems to be endless toys that get 5 minutes attention, then it’s back to Minecraft and Youtube.
However, one of the things that has proved to be a great buy is our trampoline, which is in constant use.
I thought I’d try taking some photos of the kids showing off their moves, but it turned into a cage fight pretty damn quick.
I had to put the camera down to separate them, but ended getting beaten up by the little angels instead.
I used to hate having my photo taken – there are probably only about three photos in total of me as a teenager – so I totally sympathise when people tell me they don’t like having their picture taken either.
In fact, it’s probably one of the most common things I hear.
Some people are naturally confident and relaxed, some people get very nervous, but most of us are somewhere inbetween.
Why are we not all super-confident and relaxed in front of the camera? I think there are two main reasons: