sweet light..

A delayed post. This was an outtake shot from a shoot I did a few weeks ago with a lovely team for an online boutique that will be launched soon. Once that's up and going I'll be able to upload the rest of the shots which I'm very excited about!


Jodphur- the blue city

And this was our final leg of the trip. We'd done Udaipur and Jaisalmer but I think it was Jodphur that stole our hearts.

Mehrangarh Fort
Hmm.. ;)
This actually felt like a very Tim Walker scene to me!
Such a beautiful child!
Her siblings were adorable too!
Kids playing marbles..
This poor child.
Watching a master at work..
We visited some Bishnoi villages on the outskirts of Jodphur. This man is filtering opium..
His wife was making us millet chapattis.
Carpet makers Roopraj durries.
Some lovely colourful ladies..
Camels posing for the camera!
The end!


Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Patwa-ki-Haveli.. so beautiful. It's like the buildings are made of lace!
Lake Gadi Sagar
Walking about the fort


The rest of Udaipur..

For reasons I can't fathom people were so happy to have their picture taken. Wish I could give them a copy..
This guy in the middle is working it!


Adventures in Rajasthan..

And so here are some photos from my trip away. It was for 2 weeks yet in some ways it felt as though I was away for longer.

I went to India for the first time and shared that experience with a very close school friend of mine. We visited Rajasthan and saw Delhi, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. Of them all I'd say my favourites were Jaisalmer and Jodphur. Both incredibly beautiful cities and in the coming days I'll upload a few more shots and also some stories about the wonderfully friendly people we met along the way.

It's taken me about 3 days to get used to being back in England. It's grey and cold here but I've got lots of work to keep me busy! Am shooting my first wedding this weekend after all!


Delhi- Humanyun's Tomb
The view from our table at Ambrai Restuarant - Udaipur
City Palace. There are trees on the 4th floor and where are the roots? Behind the facade it's still a mountain.