Once we have selected your favourite images at our post-session ordering appointment, it's time to choose how to translate those images into bespoke art products.
Over the years I've worked with some of the best printing and framing companies in the country to select products that my clients just can't wait to display in their homes, as a lasting memory of the images we create during our time in the studio or out on location.
By far my most popular artwork option. Beautiful prints double mounted and framed in a moulding of your choice. Ready to hang either as a single piece or in a cluster of frames to match the design we create. From £125.
A contemporary option which works perfectly in the modern home. Your chosen images are embedded into the metal surface and shadow hung so they sit flat to your walls, without the distraction of frame mouldings...it's all about the image. From £295.
A lovely alternative to the plain canvas. True canvas prints framed in a number of different moulding options and ready to hang as single or cluster of pieces together. From £415.
The perfect option when you just love so many of the images from the session. Timeless prints in archival textured mounts, presented in a handmade box and with a desktop easel. Giving you the option of displaying the prints on your desk, sharing them amongst friends and family or putting them in frames of your choice. From £750.
Another beautiful option for displaying many images from your session. Particularly appropriate to location sessions, with the ability to display many images as both single pages and panoramic multi-page displays. Fine art watercolour papers, hand stitched into cotton or leather bound albums and presented in a lovely archival box. From £695.
The location is everything you could want and Jonathan provides a five star service from start to finish with both humans and dogs alike
Ursa and Buzz
A tremendous experience on the photo shoot for our 2 springers -we never thought it would be possible with our very anxious rescue dog but Jonathan was very patient and it paid off with some lovely photos
Jade and Lucy