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Top tips for Baby Photography – Tip 2: Sleeping

Top tips for Baby Photography – Tip 2: Sleeping

How can I achieve these beautiful sleepy newborn photos? Over the years working as a baby photographer, I have learned a few ways to help a baby fall asleep and I will share them here with you. These are general tips, which might help any new parent who is finding it...

Family portraits @ Killruddery

Family portraits @ Killruddery

About once or twice a month I venture out to the beautiful surroundings of Killruddery House gardens to capture some smiles and little giggles with Rhodondendrons and lush greenery as a backdrop. Family photography has transformed so much over the last few years....

A day in the life of …

A day in the life of …

This is like a step back in time. We used to live in Ennis. One day I captured the life of our family (I would love to do this again but my 14 year old is not too keen). It is so nice to look back at these photos now. There are so many little stories in it and so many...

Greenery lifting the Blues

Greenery lifting the Blues

Come December, I always dread the thought of January. A month marked by no money, sobriety and a lack of Christmas lights! However, after the hustle and bustle of the Christmas and New Years festivities, I realise every year that I actually enjoy the peace and calm of...

Blooming in the Green

Blooming in the Green

I love doing a maternity photo session outside. It is just so pretty. Especially this time of the year when all the flowers are opening up. So I was delighted to do a maternity session for Emina and Dennis in Stephen's Green. After all the snow and horrible foggy...

50 shades of green in Mountshannon

Last Tuesday I ventured to pretty Mountshannon for a photoshoot. The people who asked me to take the photos are from America and spend two weeks in Ireland. They really wanted an 'Irish' background for the photos and hoped that the back garden of their holiday home...