My autumn mini family sessions in Surrey

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Photographer and personal brand strategist. I'm on a mission to help you get visible in your business with genuine confidence. 

Meet Vicki

I hope you’re having a lovely summer so far. What has happened to our lovely weather though?!

Mine has been really busy so far with a couple of lovely trips to our holiday cottage in the Isle of Wight and to Salcombe. I’ve also been photographing lots of families in the beautiful lavender fields. You can see some of the sneak previews on my Instagram page.

Today I want to share with you my autumn mini sessions from last year. I announced my autumn mini sessions for this year a couple of weeks ago and I just have one slot left on each day. You can see all of the details here.

Last October I had a great morning photographing these 4 families, hope you enjoy looking through their photos!

This lovely mummy had been on my Photography for Parents workshop before, but wanted to get some lovely photos which she features in too!


I’ve photographed this family twice before, I always have such a giggle with these gorgeous twin boys!


This was the third shoot I’ve had with this family, I first photographed them 9 years ago in my first year of business! The brother and sister were full of smiles throughout their session.

I’m really looking forward to photographing lots of families in the stunning autumn colour again in a few months. If you want some beautiful photos of your family in the autumn colour, take a look at all of the details of my mini sessions this October & November. All of my custom sessions are now fully booked for the rest of the year, so if you want an autumn shoot with me, this is your chance! My talented associate photographer still has availability for the summer and autumn.

Thank you!
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PS. Thank you so much for your kind words and messages after my last blog post about why I’m walking 100km to raise money for the MND Association. I really do appreciate it.