SW6 Childrens Photographer- Leo | Baby aah Baby ooh™ | Southbank, London


My and Frederic contacted me in August last year for a family photo shoot. Originally from Norway (but of French and Vietnamese descent) My, Frederic and Leo are living in the capital for a year. They wanted to base their shoot around a few famous London landmarks as a visual reminder of their stay.  I couldn’t think of a better location than Southbank, with it’s breathtaking city views and ever-changing street entertainment, that kept little Leo occupied. We started off at Lambeth Bridge and ventured past the Houses of Parliament, The London Eye, The Royal Festival Hall and finished the shoot in Shad Thames just past Tower Bridge. We had to take a small break halfway through due some famous English rain (!) but that didn’t deter this wonderfully relaxed family from having a great time. Little Leo kept us highly entertained throughout the trip and he and his family looked the perfect picture in this glorious autumn city photo shoot.

Thank you My, Frederic and Leo. I hope the pictures from this shoot have captured some wonderful memories of your time spent in London. Enjoy the rest of your stay.

A big thanks to my super assistant Adrian for helping me out on this shoot. Leo is a big fan!

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I take on a very limited amount of baby and child shoots per year. My diary is becoming very busy for 2014 so be quick if you are thinking of booking a shoot! If you are interested in a baby or child photo shoot you can see further examples of my work here, find out more about the photo shoots here or contact me for further information here.

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