Why do we print?

In a day and age where digital is the most common place to hold our memories, here at JCC we prefer prints because having a tangible, beautifully printed images means that memory can be revisited multiple times a day, not just when you’re scrolling memories on your phone or socials.

WHAT TO WEAR TO YOUR PHOTO SESSION – COFFS HARBOUR PORTRAITS

Planning what to wear for your next family portraits experience?
Have no clue what to wear?
Never fear!!!
Here are a few tips to help you out.

The makings of a Merry Christmas

Christmas time for kids can bring about a number of feelings, and it’s something that’s been on my mind lately as we draw closer to the big day. Having spent a few years as a photographic elf with Santa, I remember seeing so many little ones who were nervous around him and became so incredibly upset being placed near him or on his knee, my kids included. Yes, even having mum on the ‘inside’ doesn’t stop them from bursting into tears or keeping their safe 300m distance from him.

The Adventure Series

” She had stood still for so long, she had lost her way. She had grown roots and wasn’t’ able to move forward at the speed she once had. She was evolving quickly into every other tree in the forest “

Christmas Mini Sessions- Booking Now!

Christmas mini portraits are NOW BOOKING at Julie Clyde Creative, Coffs Harbour

Travelling Brings with it Creative Inspiration

For your brand to be fully understood you tag line is important but its also your essence and substance behind what you do. It’s your mission and vision statements. Its your commitment statements, key words, colours, font selections, messaging throughout everything you do.

Official Launch of Julie Clyde Creative

Saturday, 2nd July 2016 will remain one of my favourite days to date. At 7pm, Chris and I were met by a continuous stream of friends both old and new coming to celebrate and support the launch of my business. It blew my mind. For those of you who don’t know what Julie Clyde CreativeContinue reading “Official Launch of Julie Clyde Creative”