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.
Recently we created a portrait called The Ring Master. It’s brought a little controversy to the world (because clearly we didn’t have enough right now!) and I want to explain something to those offended by the creation.
“If you could be anything in the world, what would you be?”
Photographing children has always held a special place in my heart. Since 2010 when our daughter was born, I moved away from the wedding photography world and into the portraiture world. Which I’m told is pretty common among photographers. Being in this world was fantastic. I taught myself everything from women to pregnancy through toContinue reading “There’s a fairy at the bottom of my garden”
I was surprised at myself for not trying this earlier. Beloved, to me, is all about the story behind the images not just the images themselves. My own mother, who as seen many shoots I have done over the years, was moved by this clip like I have never seen before. She told me howContinue reading “Trish and Adam’s Beloved Collection”