For all my clients, my sessions are all about authentic moments and storytelling. What would your story say? Would it be about the love of muddy walks in the woods or how much you love the seaside and ice-cream? Would it be the annual pumpkin picking excursion or setting up a fire for toasting marshmallows in the garden to watch the stars? Everyone's story is unique and I adore working to deliver galleries of moments that make you smile, tear up (maybe just a little) and laugh.
Regardless of whether you're looking for a family session, something to capture your friendship circle or for coverage of your wedding day, every one of my sessions has one thing in common. Fun! All I ask is that you let go. Be a big kid, play games, sing songs (I will even sing along), get muddy and wet, and yes, let the kids misbehave (just a smidge), hell, why don't you misbehave too!
Your job on the day is to have fun, make memories and throw caution to the wind. Capturing photographs in this way means you get photographic memories that glow an intense rosy hue of happy.
what to expect
location is everything
Home for me is the beautiful East Sussex. Over the years we have grown to love this gorgeous county, as it offers an amazing array of locations. It is wonderful to be able to take advantage of the beautiful rolling Sussex countryside, the beaches that kiss the ocean, the ancient woodlands that burst with spring flowers and the plethora of hidden gems that lie in between. Of course, travelling further afield to your perfect location is not a problem at all, I am always open to discovering new places.
If you’re looking to book a session that includes a consultation, we are spoiled for choice in Uckfield and the surrounding area with lovely cafes. We can grab a cuppa, meet face to face and talk through all the plans that you have in mind. If an in person chat is not possible, then I am more than happy to organise a video call to make a plan for your session.
What a photoshoot with Robotic Clouds Photography looks like
Created by Nick Faulkner at Little Chicken Films