WHO I AM

Every tween should be celebrated for their own unique personalities

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"Did I not exist as a tween?" I think to myself as I flip the plastic pages of my parents' family photo album. One of the few photos that exists of me as a preteen is a traditional school photo. You know the one, that head and shoulders pose with the cheesy grin. My teeth are slightly too big for my face and my hair isn't combed. Ah, sweet innocence.

Babies are so cute, new and chubby. Toddlers have those big, bright eyes and lets face it, they just do the funniest things, but those tween ages are often forgotten. At ages 10-12, kids aren't children anymore but aren't quite teens.

This is why I've started the 'Who I Am' project.

As a photographer I know how empowering it can be to have photos that capture the real personalities of kids. Not cookie cutter school photos, but portraits that say 'This Is Who I Am'. A personal photoshoot tailored to your tween celebrating their unique achievements, interests and character can help boost their self esteem. 

The goal is to help tweens look and feel beautiful and have unshakable confidence in themselves when they hit those difficult teen years.

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I want to capture the the personality of these tweens and record the last stage of their childhood before they become young ladies and young men. I want them to realize their true beauty so that they are confident in themselves as they move towards being a teen.  Imagine the impact a single beautiful image can do for your tweens self-image.

THE SESSION (when and where):

Book a date for your tweens 'Who I Am' photoshoot before the 30th April and the shoot will be complimentary. (Usually £150)

Its open to boys and girls aged 10-12, and will take place at our amazing studio near Bury St Edmunds.

My gift to you for being part of the project is a £50 credit toward any images from the shoot you would like to order.

DROP ME A LINE TO TAKE PART IN THIS AMAZING PROJECT!

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