Monthly Archives: April 2016

harbour Hotel st.ives wedding photography

Sarah Jane came home from Australia to marry Sean in her home town of Penzance. They chose to have their blessing in the most amazing Tredavoe Chapel and their reception in The St Ives Harbour Hotel. We were at Sarah Jane’s house with her friends, sisters and Mum and it was a lovely relaxed morning with hair and make-up being done, nail varnish being applied and champagne being drunk. It was just lovely, the girls just catching up over smoked salmon and scrambled egg and everything running on time. Sarah Jane looked absolutely stunning in her beaded dress and veil with the fantasticView full post »

Boconnoc Wedding April 2016

We love photographing weddings at this wonderful venue Boconnoc. Celia’s and Scotts was no exception. We arrived and hair and make up on the seven bridesmaids was well underway. Celia was relaxing watching the comings and goings of all her family that were staying over, it was one big house party. Sally Orchard was on make up for the bride to be and there were hairdressers in every bedroom! While I was busy getting all the details, Ricky was with Scott the groom and his groomsmen. Soon it was time to go to the church where the wonderful rev. conducted the perfect service, filled withView full post »

The Alternative School Photos

We all have a love/hate relationship with the traditional school photos. I actually love them, and always order them. My children looking very awkward and shy with the stark white background is an image I never get of them. Its a moment in time, their uniform ironed and hair carefully combed into place inevitably not quite so by the time their turn comes. But there comes a time when the photo may not happen, the kids get old enough to refuse it or they are off school that day. So this is the story of this little shoot. The school photo didn’t happen, and us parents need to mark eachView full post »

The Italian trip

Last week took Kiss Photography to the beautiful country of Italy. A photography experience;beauty on every corner. As a photographer I see many different kinds of beauty, its not just in the obvious. I love faces, I love how different nationalities have different characteristics that seem to spread across the nation. I love the lines and wrinkles of faces, the map of life etched on your face. I have always admired the work of Mario Testino who also shares my passion for people. So this trip we captured a little bit of the Italian people, the real people. We shot portraits of the cheeseView full post »

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