Category Archives: inspiration

Peak District Wedding Shoot

The Peak District… it’s pretty breath taking isn’t it! Shamefully it’s a place I’ve not really visited much before, passed through and gasped yes, but not taken the time to breath in that crisp air and jaw-dropping views. Chris and Gemma got married here in September last year and it was just stunning. I was…

How to plan a relaxed Wedding Day

So exciting times are ahead… Its already February, how did that happen! Which means you are into wedding planning if you are getting hitched this year.  But don’t panic, I’m here to spread a bit of light on planning a relaxed wedding day. My previous couples have all been pretty chilled, I love that about…

Meeting the team at Prezola in my home city of Bath.

In these colder days whilst I’m not shooting I’m catching up on some blogging, showcasing what I’ve been up to this year. Today I thought we’d have a little nosey around the Prezola HQ which is located in the truly beautiful City of Bath. I love Bath so much, I feel incredible lucky to live here,…

Dax learns to swing at Chapel Farm, Pensford.

Now for 3 minutes of silliness, something a little different today! Dax learns to swim at Chapel Farm, Pensford. Most people that know me know that I am an avid animal lover and supporter of animal charities and centres. I make no apologies for giving those who can’t speak a voice. We rescued a sight-hound…

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Snap Photography Festival, a little review by HEART FULL OF TEA

In April 2016 I attend the Snap Photo Festival, held at the amazing fForest. AND I am SO glad I did! I was really apprehensive about pressing that “add to basket” button but I haven’t and won’t ever regret it. The reality is that it is a large chunk of money and for anyone self-employed that…

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Molly Mills – A playful Family Shoot at home.

Oh my goodness, I had the best time with Lydia, Jack and Molly at their home for a relaxed family session. I visited them over in Birmingham on THE wettest day. The weather was absolutely awful. We had planned to go for a walk to the local park, but with the rain that wasn’t really…

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Quirky Bath Wedding Photographer – Round-Up 2015

Hello 2016. Brace yourself for HEART FULL OF TEA’s 2015 Wedding round-up, with bumps, dogs, loads of love! 2016 you have come around very fast! 2015 was a strange year in many ways, there were quite a few changes in my personal life, which have reflected back into my business and reminded me of how…

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Joanna Brown’s Advanced Workshop

A little review from HEART FULL OF TEA of Joanna Brown’s Workshop. Setting off in my car on a Monday morning, I knew it was going to be a good day. I met the lovely Jo about 4 years ago now when I initially signed up for her mentoring 1-1 session. That in itself gave…

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Your favourite Wedding Photo’s from 2014

I thought I’d choose some of favourites from my year of shooing Weddings and family sessions, around Bath and the South West. I may be a little late to the party for a round up post but it feels about the right time for me. I’m unsure what to say about 2014. It’s been a…

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Emma Case and Welcome Home Workshop in Bristol.

I haven’t blogged for a while, so I thought I would review a recent workshop I attended in at the Paintworks in Bristol. This is Emma Case. It’s pretty hard these days to not know who she is. I met Emma back in 2010 when she was just getting her feet wet in the photography…

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Photographing the Bath Vintage Wedding Fayre

Ooh this is an exciting blog post, I went and photographed the Bath Vintage Wedding Faye a few weeks ago, it was awesome! I met so many lovely suppliers and couples. Also, how is it July already? It was my birthday this week, how am I 31!? I don’t understand where the days go. I’m really behind…

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gypsy caravans & the spirit of beltane styled shoot

About a month ago I travelled 280 miles to join a group of photographers for a brilliant day of non-stop shooting. It involved some yummy food, including cake and the chance to relax and shoot amongst creatives. It was a day for experimenting and pressure free networking. I met some awesome people and photographers who were there…

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  • joanna brown - these are beautiful and so unique love them so much… you are so right there is no ‘right’ way to take a photograph… xxxReplyCancel

  • heartfulloftea - Thanks my lovely, can’t wait for the next one. I hope it’s this year! I am totally loving building my portfolio based around creative freedom. The best.ReplyCancel

  • Sharron GIbson - Oh Emma, these are wonderful. I love all the framing and how delicate and emotional the images feel. Beautiful work xxxReplyCancel

  • heartfulloftea - Aaww thank you Sharron <3ReplyCancel

  • Maureen - These are gorgeous! You’ve got such an eye. Especially love all your detail shots. Really amazing. :)ReplyCancel

when I’m not shooting…

I’m … visiting the harry potter studios // lighting (a lot of) fires // party planning // spending time with my fluffy child // doing photography workshops // rewatching our wedding film // visiting friends in london // playing ni no kuni // baking bread // framing new deadspace artwork // filling my house with rob ryan…

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  • Caroline - Ha, thats a lovely way to spend your time. These photos are ace xReplyCancel

  • heartfulloftea - Aw thank you Caroline. I love life!ReplyCancel

#welcomehome

Dearest reader, I felt as if a giant stone had been lifted off my chest! Can there be anything more wonderful than the emotion of relief! When you feared for the worst and then things turn out to be not so bad after all. You feel as if you have been handed a brand new…

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view from space

View from the ISS at Night from Knate Myers on Vimeo. Every frame in this video is a photograph taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS).  

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i am a trekkie

This animation is an homage by Shawn Sheehan to one of the most groundbreaking sci-fi television shows ever to beam down to Earth. I grew up and I’m still watching the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise “boldly go where no man has gone before”.    

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