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Sheffield Botanical Gardens photo shoot

She had a sparkle in her eyes, a mischievous smile dancing on her lips. The joy that broke out on her face as she realised I was taking her photo was wondrous. This is Lily and I loved photographing her.

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Cape Town family shoot with the Knights

Leigh-Ann may technically be my cousin but really, she’s my little sister! My brother and I grew up with her and her sister. We would make up plays, swim together, have picnics and generally do a whole lot of life

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The memories of old

I only recently realised just how much my maternal grandmother (Nan) loved taking photos. I’d always thought I’d inherited the insatiable desire to photograph the world I saw around me from my paternal grandfather. But it seems I’ve had a

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The final chapter

Goodbyes are hard to avoid when you do a bit of traveling. Today, I’ve said quite a few goodbyes to many wonderful people who have made my stay here in Mkushi, Zambia so much better than I could have imagined.

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The Framptons

I met Ben and Cat in 2015 at a mutual friends’ wedding in Sheffield, UK. I remember talking to Cat about her life in Zambia and the work she and Ben do in running Foundations Zambia. I was captivated! I

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