My autumn mini sessions in Esher, Surrey

I hope you had a great Halloween. We had a great time, excitement reached fever pitch in our household in the days leading up to it…I think my boys get as excited about Halloween as they do about their birthdays!

Thanks so much for all of your lovely comments and messages about me celebrating my 10th year in business. I really appreciate you taking the time to share with me the photos I’ve taken of your family or that you’ve taken since attending one of my photography workshops for parents.

Last weekend and this coming Saturday, I’m running mornings of autumn mini sessions. So I thought it was about time I shared some more of my autumn minis from last year! Yes I am at least a year behind in my blogging, oops!

These sessions took place at Claremont Gardens in Esher. This first session I did a session with them the year before, so it was lovely to see them again.

 

I’ve photographed the gorgeous twin boys and their lovely mummy below lots of times before, in fact they have a mini session with me every autumn! I really loved the colour of their coats with the autumnal backdrop.

 

And I’ve photographed this family once before when this little girl was just a baby. This was the first family I’ve ever had to bring a cat with them on the shoot, but oh my goodness, what a gorgeous cat! It was this that made me get a kitten ourself, he was just so cuddly!

 

And then last but not least were these lovely sisters playing in the leaves.

 

If you would love some gorgeous photos of your own family, and want to try out a mini session for yourself, I will soon be announcing the details of my spring mini sessions. I have lovely gift vouchers so they make the perfect Christmas gift!

You can find out the differences between a mini session and one of my custom sessions here.

Just enter your details below to be notified 2-3 times each year whenever I announce new mini session dates. Thank you!

 

Have a great weekend and a brilliant bonfire night.

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