This candid moment between steps was shot at a client’s shophouse in Joo Chiat, Singapore. This gorgeous tiny dancer, took a moment to rest in her tutu and look outside to the street and watch the world go by. I wanted to capture the details of her little feet, one of those taken for granted moments of childhood that we forget so quickly as our children grow up before our eyes. tiny dancer


wedding dance

This is a picture of Nat’s mother and father in law dancing at Nat’s wedding. I love this image for many reasons but you just have to look at them! The look of love is undeniable, they’ve been together for years yet they still have time to appreciate each other, smile at each other and dance with each other.Romance isn’t dead. Remember to dance like no-one is watching.


There are many reasons I love my daughter, but one of the reasons is her passion for performing and dancing. Last year, for her birthday, we hired a company called Pop Factor Party, and her and her friends made a pop video, with Caitlin in the starring role. She loved it! Here she is singing and dancing to her heart out. I find taking these pictures with a quick shutter speed, to really catch them in the moment! how to photograph dancing, dancing, photography tips


As a wedding photographer on the Isle of Skye I see a lot of dancing at work, from sedate waltzes to epic and slightly crazed ceilidh dances that leave everyone reeling and confused! One of my favourite dances of this year was watching the beautiful Jill twirl and spin in her gorgeous pink wedding dress after her elopement. Priceless! dance-isle-of-skye-wedding Thank you to those who’ve joined in with Image of the Week on Instagram (just hashtag #tmkiotw). Here are some from the last couple of weeks – do join in!

Going Left to right: 1. The Joy of Five 2. Life at 139a 3. Susan K Mann 4. Portraits Skye 5. Karen E Baker 6. Melissa Love 7. Megan MorganĀ 

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