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Yearly Archives: 2015

Autumn portraits in the park

Back when there were still some leaves on the trees and you could almost do without a coat, I went to do some family portraits for this lovely family at my local beautiful space, Meanwood Park, one of the many wonderful parks in Leeds where I often work. The children did not keep still for…

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France meets Scotland (again) – ceilidh wedding in the Charente

A bunch of scientists and high-flying business people and academics got together with their family and friends to celebrate a wedding. And they went to France and the men got dressed up in kilts and the ladies wore pretty dresses and they all danced to a ceilidh until the small hours. Everything was decorated with…

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As they start to leave home… family portraits in the woods

Getting a set of family portraits done hadn’t been high on the list of priorities for this family as the children were growing up. Then suddenly they started going to university and their parents realised the chance was soon going to have passed them by! So, before the boys went off for the new term…

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Laura and Will’s perfect wedding near Beziers

The sun was shining, the setting was beautiful beyond words and the bride and groom were totally in love. A dream French wedding at a magical Languedoc chateau. What could possibly go wrong? Five minutes before the ceremony at the fabulous Chateau de Ribaute just outside Beziers was due to begin, the celebrant called to…

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  • Glorious. These compositions are to die for. What an profound story also. It often when a spanner is thrown in the works that everyone comes together to make things happen. Beautiful work Susie.

  • What a great collection of photos Susie

  • Susie – what a gorgeous wedding – superb work. I have no doubt you were a calming influence when it could have all fallen apart. My favourite is the one of the bride going down the spiral staircase. Stunning. xx

Dordogne wedding – Sara and Eric are married at Chateau de Cazenac

A chateau overlooking the Dordogne valley made the perfect setting for Eric and Sara’s wedding. They had such a fun-filled happy day with their family and friends from around France, UK, Zimbabwe where Sara is originally from, and the world. Eric is French and a chef who works in London. I can’t wait for him to…

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  • Beautiful venue, beautiful photos! Love em, well done Susie! x

  • Karen rowley

    Gorgeous images. Beautiful dress

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