Bluebell Sessions - 2019

So every year I head to Micheldever Woods to make use of the glorious display of bluebells. This year was no exception. The sessions were mostly filled with clients who I have shot before but I also met some new people which was just lovely. Here are some images from the sessions. They took place over a few different days and I love how the light and location makes each of the sessions have a slightly unique feel to them. I’ll be carrying out bluebell family sessions again next year but next up is Lordington Lavender. Get in touch if you’re interested in those sessions!

Bluebell Shoots 2019

Every year I head to the glorious bluebells woods that is Micheldever just passed Winchester. It never disappoints. It really is a sight to behold.

I am releasing my dates slightly earlier than normal this year as my wedding bookings will take me away from the woods!

Those dates are Sunday 21st April, Saturday 27th April and Saturday 4th May.

Sessions are 30 minutes long. All images are edited and provide in web size (for sharing on Facebook/Instagram) and high res, for printing.


Session fee + 3 digital images - £100
An extra 10 digital images will cost an additional £100
Or to have all of the digital images (around 40) is an additional £150

So you can either pay a minimum of £100 in total or £250. The choice is yours. Easy.

I look forward to seeing you!

How to book…

A £25 deposit protects your 30 minute slot. The final £75 is due the day before the shoot. Within 2 weeks you will be sent your full gallery for you to select the 3 images that are included. Should you wish to purchase more, you can do so at this time.
All payments are made online by bank transfer. To book in I require your name, email address and mobile number.

If the session has to be cancelled due to heavy rain, we will work hard to find another convenient date. The same applies if your little one is poorly.

Preservation & Respect

Bluebells are protected and as such allowing our little people to pick them is big no no. We will find natural clearings and tree stumps for your child to sit or stand for photos. The bluebell woods are so stunning and we need to make sure we don’t damage their environment and stop their seeds from dropping so our kids can enjoy the woods for years to come.