All posts filed under: Other family portraits

No reason to conform to one format only! Families can take all shapes and sizes and I’d like to think this can be reflected in each portrait.

Abby’s family portrait

Latest Etsy commission, this time for Abby in Cambridge! The idea was to capture a happy time for this gorgeous family, including nods to some more or less obvious likes and hobbies – from gardening to mermaids, history books and Pinot Grigio, there is definitely […]

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Todd’s cycling family

Another lovely brief all the way from Melbourne this time! This was a present from Nina to her husband Todd on his 40th birthday from which was just a couple of days ago!! The family loves nothing more than an outing on their bikes in […]

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Tara and Ed’s wedding portrait

Tara asked me to create this portrait for her wedding – so I felt very privileged to get access to all their outfits before the big day, and got to see the bride before her groom!! The drawing was used as a cake topper, but […]

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Family diorama 

   I’ve been a little obsessed with dioramas since I first discovered their official existence through the ever mind-boggling creative geyser that a good old Pinterest session can bring. What is it? It’s basically a 3D ish picture in a box. I’ve been meaning to […]

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My 4 year old son doesn’t lack imagination (where does that come from… Oh) – and he lives his life being all sorts of different characters – Star wars, pirates, all the classics are there. Lately he’s demanded to wear full red outfits, and to […]

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Dean and family

a family portrait with a very young baby – it felt right to have them all huddled together – reflecting the special closeness we feel when a new person joins a family and makes it complete…

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