It’s great to be able to share these London business portraits of Jeremy Frost. Â He has rather an interesting job – or seemingly range of them – being Anglican chaplain at Maritime Greenwich and joint co-ordinating chaplain for the University of Greenwich. He’s also chaplain for the Chapel of the Old Royal Naval College, where he uses his musical experience from his former job as Precentor and Liturgist at Canterbury Cathedral. Â Jeremy commissioned his business portraits after a consultation, where he explained he wanted a number of photographs to use in his Greenwich roles and separate musical projects.
We shot most of his portraits around Greenwich and its riverside walks, ending at the Old Royal Naval College itself for its gorgeous columns and stonework. Here are a selection of photos from our London session.
G has just given me permission to show some of her maternity portraits taken a few weeks ago. She and her husband A took a lot of time planning their session and came in for a consultation a week ahead of their portrait session, so they could maximise their session time & best choose what to bring with them. The first three used drapes from the studio.
G brought her wedding veil, with its delicate softness and wonderful draping qualities.
She had also raided one of my favourite Soho fabric shops for some translucent material which also draped wonderfully, giving us a range of new lines. This is my fave from this session.
This portrait is especially abstract, meaning that it could be hung in many areas of the home. It would look especially good as either a framed art print or as a box frame or canvas.
When Gretchen booked her maternity portraits for some pregnancy photography, and I gave her the studio address, it turns out that we had been neighbours and she, her husband and dog used to live upstairs until a few months ago. Here are some photographs from their London session that they’re very happy to share.
Claire and her partner Sam came in today for their maternity portrait ordering session and have given permission to share a couple of their and my favourites from their London maternity portraits taken several weeks ago. The main reason for the session was to have one of the fine art style maternity prints to be framed on their wall.
Jayne came for her maternity viewing today – and was pretty chuffed with the results. I was chuffed too – and Jayne is happy for me to share the images below. The wonderful draping is part of her wedding outfit from about five years ago that she loved and was excited to wear again.