Lough Beg at sunset

Clambering through a thicket I emerged into the most peaceful, golden scene imaginable. The view is of St Patrick’s Church and adjacent spire on Lough Beg, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

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Reopening Today!

So, I am officially vaccinated and open for for business to business work today! Non essential and studio headshots will resume on April 12th. Bring it! Fiona CH headshots have taken Islington, London, by storm. I specialise in natural, approachable, creative portraits and clients love the way I focus carefully on your needs to create […]

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Snap Happy!

Day 999 of school at home and we’re all a little blue right now. I wanted to do something that would make us sparkle again…and I’m calling it the Snap Happy Photo Project. It’s a challenge that brings groups together and teaches you the basics of photography in 1 tiny lesson each week plus a […]

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Brides The Show

I’m very excited to be exhibiting at Brides in the Autumn. I wanted to let my clients know that they are doing a promotion on tickets!The promotion code is 2FOR1 and will be valid until Friday 27th June 2014 on Standard and Gold tickets.You can buy tickets on their website www.bridestheshow.co.uk  

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Some Inspiration: Beauty, Brokenness, and Japanese Pottery

Seeing ThingsHave you ever been blindly in love? So blind that you only saw your lover’s best side? An idealised version of themselves that totally missed all their faults.Japanese PotteryI’ve been reading ‘How to be a free range human’ by Marianne Cantwell and loving it. She writes about how to create the career that you […]

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An Azure Date

Every year I go and see family on the Cote d’Azur, and I love it – the light, the colours, the lazy villas and the turquoise pools. This year I couldn’t go, sadly. But funnily enough the South of France came to me in various forms over the last few days. So here is a […]

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Inspiration, music and Vermeer

Music inspires me to make art. There’s nothing like it for getting the creative juices flowing. So I was curious to see the exhibition at the National Gallery, “Vermeer and Music: The Art of Love and Leisure”. http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/vermeer-and-music/*/tab/4    For Vermeer, music represented the fleeting nature of life. In 17th century Netherlands, long before music could be recorded, […]

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Queensberry

So, you’ve heard me rave about Queensberry before. They make the most beautiful, magical albums known to mankind. They are like those magic books you read about in fairy stories – the Rolls Royce of the album making industry. Anyway, they have started an affiliates programme whereby I display a little ad of theirs on […]

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Girl At Work

The lovely Kat Forsyth sneaked these photos of me while I was at work. She’s clever, that Kat! By the way, I am aware that my elbow is breaking the “rules” of how to hold a camera in the first shot. I’ve been a photographer since I was 14. When there’s enough light sometimes it’s just […]

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The First Look

Tonight I’m excited because today I booked in a lovely bride who wants a ‘First Look’ shoot.A First Look, in case you are wondering, is where the bride and groom first see each other before the wedding. It is an American tradition, and it means that they get to spend a little time together right […]

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