Fine Art Photography
Hi! I'm Emma
I am a photographer, an artist, a teacher, a cake-a-holic and most importantly a mum. I trained in photography back when it was film and what started as a hobby soon became a passion. After teaching primary school children since 2006, and having 3 squishy little ones of my own, I wanted to do something that combined my loves; People & Photography. I am here to empower you, to empower you to see the beauty within yourself, your life and your family.
And so, long story short, in 2012, Emma Eirene Photography was born which is now part of the Joyous Misfit family.
With the choice of so many photographers, it can be overwhelming choosing the right one for you.
It all comes down to skill, talent and a photographic style that suits you. Except it's so much more than this!
It's as much about enjoying the whole experience as it is the final product, and this is what I have devoted so much of my time mastering!
When you are genuinely happy and relaxed, this shines through the images and that, right there, is what I love to capture ~ authentic, loving, happy moments.
Together, we will shape and create a session based on your unique needs, whether it is your wedding, your baby or your family, I am here to make this YOUR perfect experience.
I will guide and direct you, but I will not "pose" you in the traditional sense. Your session will be relaxed, encouraging play and laughter, allowing me to capture you exactly as you are.
My philosophy is, you can never re-live this moment. You are engraving a part of your life for yourself, and others to see. Your children and loved ones can look back on this moment years from now and cherish it just as much as you did.
I find my happy place in the fact that I can capture that eternal memory for you to cherish forever.
I love, 'love'. Always have. Always will. I love meeting new people who welcome me into their lives to photograph their big, and little moments.
Emma has had her images published in a range of local press, and has been featured on BBC radio Bristol.
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