Where did June go? Did I miss it?! I swear the days go by so quickly. I can’t keep up! Let’s revisit June. Come and jump in my time machine and let’s go on a somewhat magical journey back to last month. June was a really fun month for me. It was absolutely jam packed with photography goodness! I got to work with lots of lovely businesses, brilliant bloggers and gorgeous couples, so here are my highlights for you!
I kickstarted the month by shooting with the super duper ladies (Rebecca and Kerry) at the Stardust Glitter Bar. We shot at Mousehold woods, along with three lovely models Maisie, Isobel and Vanessa. The girls were transformed into glittery, festival goddesses by the Stardust Glitter Bar. If you have an event, wedding, party or just want to be covered in glitter, I recommend getting in touch with Stardust Glitter Bar.
I had a fabulous time shooting with Yoga Clicks for their new products and look book. I got to work with the team closely, taking photos in Erpingham House, The Cathedral Cloisters and at The Yoga Tree. We had lots of outfits to shoot and the models were perfect for the shoot. At the end of the day I felt like a bit of a yogi, learning all of the poses the models were taught them throughout the day.
I love getting to meet up with my bloggers, have a chat and take some pictures. I felt so fortunate that I got to meet some new bloggers this month to help them with their Instagram and blogs. Here are some of my favourite blogger photos from this month.
Wedding season is now in full swing! YAY! I started this month shooting Hazel & Paul’s engagement session with their cute pooch Kirby. We went to the peaceful and beautiful Warren Lodge in Thetford on a sunny evening. It was the perfect light for dreamy romantic portraits. Take a peek below.
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If you have been following my work for a little bit you may have noticed I have missed something. I didn’t take a self portrait during June and for a couple of reasons. June was mad for me. I felt like I was doing a million things at once but loved feeling busy as my soul is always restless and aching to create. When time was on my side, I felt low or not confident to put myself in front of the camera. I started this project to promote self love, but in honesty I felt l couldn’t promote what I didn’t feel. I am now feeling like I’ve come through the other side of the negativity and hope to take more self portraits during July.