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FWME · Ntombi Couture

18 Oct 2014 / 0 Comments / in Event, Fashion, Photography

Ntombi Couture draws their inspiration from African culture, patterns, colours and its overall boldness and authenticity. During the Fashion Week Middle East SS 2015 in Dubai, I had the pleasure of covering their show both off stage and on stage. For this event, the fashion visionary paired up with jewelry designer AYAM Africa, which matched […]

7 month cuteness

08 Aug 2014 / 0 Comments / in Photography

You will not see this sweet baby’s cute little bum. I photographed it (in a soft beautiful back light I might add), but I promised little Emi wouldn’t suffer the embarrassment of having her cute bum published on the internet. Sorry, moms out there. Although I personally prefer baby feet, baby bums are still extra […]

Wilderness in the city

Richmond Fallow Deer Scratching
11 Jul 2014 / 0 Comments / in Photography

gökotta (Swedish) – to wake up early in the morning with the purpose of going outside to hear the first birds sing. If you enjoy long walks away from the city, spotting wild animals getting on with their daily activities and perhaps having a couple of them warm up to your presence and sharing a […]

First communions

20 Jun 2014 / 0 Comments / in Event, Photography

This spring, I had the pleasure of covering the First Communion of a group of over 30 children at the Jebel Ali St. Francis of Assisi Church. With so many children taking a step forward into their faith and what this represents to their families, it was quite a moving moment for many. I photographed […]

London REFRACTED

London Refracted_Somerset House_blog
19 Jun 2014 / 0 Comments / in Photography

Re·frac·tion “The change in direction of a wave due to a change in its transmission medium.” I spent a day walking the streets of London with family, my camera and a prism in front of it. Yes, people found it strange and stared. And even though they didn’t know, I could see them staring at […]

نكهة العمانية

Muscat, Al Kwair - Oman natural light
22 May 2014 / 0 Comments / in Photography

[˜Omani flavour, I think] I don’t recall anyone ever telling me they didn’t love Oman. People that have lived in Muscat, claim they would go back any day, tourists that have gone to the touristy side of Oman have really enjoyed themselves, and those adventurous people that have gone off-roading through it’s wadis have been […]

Mazapán

30 Apr 2014 / 0 Comments / in Fashion, Photography

Mazapán is a start-up company that designs, makes and sells baby clothes integrating into its designs fair-trade embroidery made by Mexican indigenous women. Mazapán is about to launch their online store based out of the UK and I have had the pleasure of doing some shoots for their new website! :) For the 1-yo boy […]

Jo & Ron

23 Apr 2014 / 0 Comments / in Photography

An engagement shoot So far,  I had been working mostly with families and individual portraits. But after shooting this engagement session, I know I will never have too many of these. On one hand, I am guilty of a little dose of corniness -sorry… But on the other hand, I really enjoy the body dynamics […]

Safety First

25 Feb 2014 / 0 Comments / in Photography

I am an advocate for “safety first” and wearing helmets… But let’s accept it, sometimes helmets are just cool. A couple of weeks back I got quite enthusiastic and started trying some light setups with my ever-patient husband as the model. Of course, being 2am in the morning did not make it easy for either […]

Trying new things.

21 Jan 2014 / 0 Comments / in Photography

Just recently, I read about a photo technique called the Brenizer method. It took me a while to read about it, but I had seen many images with this look before and wondered how the photographers had managed to make them. So obviously, once I learned, I had to give it a try. A couple […]