Wimbledon family portraits | Monica and family

Monica wanted some casual photos of her family taken in the park near their Wimbledon home to capture where her children spend so much of their life, as well as having a more formal portraits for a grandparent’s 80th birthday present.
We started with a family group.

Wimbledon family portraitsThen moved onto the important task of Jedi warfare. Wimbledon family portraits - sword fighting

Wimbledon family portriats - jedi knights fightingNext up, some running along favourite paths and scooter action.

Wimbledon family portraits

Wimbledon child portraitThe games don’t stop: girls versus boys in trying to get to the other side of the square without being caught.

Wimbledon family portraits

Wimbledon family portraitsThe wonder of a bug … but if you put your arms like THIS (Jedi warrior stance, obviously), you are safe.

Wimbledon child portraitA hill means running, if you’re a small boy.

Wimbledon child portraitOr a bit of a meander in your favourite stripey socks. London family portraits Amazing how tiring this all is.

Wimbledon family portraits

Wimbledon child portraitAll too soon, it was time to collect our belongings and return home.

Wimbledon family photographer

Wimbledon family photographer

Finishing the afternoon with Looney Tunes cartoons on the TV and Hula Hoops on the fingers.

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London engagement portraits | Shireen and Ben

Shireen, Ben and I dodged rain and hail at lunchtime to shoot their London engagement portraits in Wimbledon, near their home. We managed to get in about a half an hour in between showers and only a little mud – but the shafts of sunlight and damp leaves made for some wonderful images.London engagement portraits
London engagement portraits