portraiture

Ksenia x George

When I met Ksenia & George I could see they were over the moon because this beautiful couple from North London is about to have their first baby.

Ksenia had told me that she and her husband weren’t pros in front of the camera. Guess what? Hardly anyone is! For the photos to look organic and adventurous I told them to have some fun and connect with your partner, and I’ll handle the rest. The photos came out relaxed and story-telling. Enjoy a handful of my favourite images from this beautiful session at Alexandra Park.

Ksenia & George, thank you, for this wonderful moment that you've trusted and shared with me!

If you're expecting a baby or already a parent and looking for a newborn, maternity, or family photoshoot, message me. I would love to work with you to create images that you will love for a lifetime.

Lazar Angelov

I had a pleasure to meet Lazar Angelov in London.

Lazar is a true legend in bodybuilding and a Bulgarian sensation. He is a real motivation for thousands of people who seek to transform their bodies. Not many people know but he actually played professional basketball for 10 years. Long story short - he’s an inspiration to millions of people around the world.

These are some of the best selection we had.

Angelika at the Hill Garden and Pergola

Please meet a cozy winter photo shoot of my beautiful angel at one of the hidden delights of Hampstead Heath. A Georgian arbour and terrace in the Hill Garden gives an expansive views across Hampstead Heath.

In 1904, Lord Leverhulme purchased The Hill, a substantial house facing North End Way. He subsequently acquired adjoining land, and had the opportunity to create the Pergola, a magnificent Edwardian extravagance which would be the setting for garden parties and summer evening strolls and be a striking addition to the garden of The Hill.

Construction began in 1905. The final completion, involving a further extension of the Pergola, complete with a Summer Pavilion and another viewing terrace overlooking the Heath, were completed by 1925, shortly before Lord Leverhulme died.

You can now do a math and figure out how old this structure is.

What a lovely hidden gem with it's romantic pathways overhung with graceful foliage!