If you were asked for the most recent photo of you and your family together, how far back would you need to go?
I do it myself: I take the photo instead of being in it.
Saying "not today, I'm not getting in, my hair's a mess, I'll jump in the next time!"
When you look at your family photos of your childhood, you don't see messy hair, but you remember what it felt like to be home. The laughter and fun, how the house smelled like home-cooked dinner, the kettle was always on, every child in the country was in the back garden playing football, bicycles scattered against the side of the house. Remember?
You can do that for your family.
No direction or posing,
No matching outfits.
If your house is full of dolls covered in plasters, 100's of odd socks, half-eaten toast, and grated cheese in places you never knew it could go, with writing on the wall, stickers on the presses, and full of fun and divilment...
Then we will get on just fine!
If your family loves jumping in muddy puddles, collecting snails and stones, forest walks, picnics in the wild, and dancing in the rain.
I'd love to hang out!
I am the photographer for those people who think they don't want a photographer. You know, those awkward ones who don't want to be in the photos, but deep down don't want to miss out on making memories either?More about ME
—Robyn aged 4