If you follow me on instagram (which I'm only just now, this week, coming to accept is where my blog has gone) you could be forgiven for thinking that I don't make New Year's resolutions, preferring to just bitch about how insanely annoying I find the entire New Year New You *sparkles emoji* industry. But you'd be wrong, I love a bit of early January reflection on the year past and vague, non-committal planning for the year ahead.
One of my goals for 2017 is to find a way to make my work, well, work from Uist. What with Nye working extremely anti-social hours and me going back to studying and the girls having to be at school all the fucking time, there wasn't as much space for travelling to the mainland as I would have liked over the last but I'm half way through my course and Nye's circumstances have changed and so it looks like after a tumultuous 2015 and 2016, 2017 might be the year when we can start to make work work again.
In the meantime I have been reflecting on all of the beautiful families that I did manage to photograph this past year and what a joyful reflection that has been. 2016's sessions were small but perfectly formed, with a handful of new families and a good number of second and third sessions with families who I have photographed for many years now. I've said it a hundred times but revisiting families to photograph them as they grow is probably one of the greatest pleasures I've ever had as a photographer.
My first sessions of 2017 will be in Glasgow and Edinburgh at the end of this month - January 21st and 22nd and I would love to hear from you. You can find more information about pricing here and contact me at email@example.com
I am also planning some sessions February 11th and 12th, either in Glasgow or London - depending on demand so please do let me know if you are interested in those dates.