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Love life!

Love life!

Belinda my "Dubai Mum" recently rediscovered skate boarding from when she was a child when I moved in with her in December. This is a fun little shoot hanging out with her on the road and at the beach. As she loves yoga as well she couldn't resist but to bust out some moves on the board. It's amazing how there are so many ways to interpret life and what you love, so inspiring, and can you believe she's 50! So stoked to have met such a beautiful, engaging and life loving soul & can't wait for more little adventures! Enjoy!

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Sugar Rush

Sugar Rush

Absolutely loving James's 4th Birthday party set up from the glorious LaFayette Gourmet Dubai Mall, with an appearance from Vlada Zhizhchenko from Pole Fit Dubai on the silks as spiderwoman. It was such an awesome party and totally made my 4 year old self very envious! (I'm also still getting over the sugar rush from the shoot last week!). Check out the pictures below and also a selection on tuesdayschild.m's website for more finer details of the party and if you have your little one's birthday coming up get in touch to book a photographer or videographer to record the special event :)

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Gulf Photo Plus- Behind the Scenes Part 1

Gulf Photo Plus- Behind the Scenes Part 1

Well it's been just about a month since GPP 2015 I had the honor of assisting the lovely Lindsay Adler for her Fashion Photography workshop in addition to attending Ryan Brenizer's Wedding Story Teller/ Problem Solver Workshop. The experience was amazing. Lindsay's workshop was all about fashion photography on location and for 5 days I learnt a lot about people management, logistics and planning. We had a lot of gear as the workshop was very hands on which is always difficult to manage, but the main idea is that every student gets time with the lights and the model which I really respect.

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Remembering the old side of Dubai on UAE National Day

Remembering the old side of Dubai on UAE National Day

Having been born in the UAE almost 28 years ago, I always find myself drawn to the old parts of Dubai. I love how this incredible city started from such humble beginnings - originally a pearl fishing village and port; the city expanded from either side of the Deira Creek. The Creek is still very active and used as a gateway to the sea, for tourists to visit the old souk, and by big dhows as a stopping point to transport goods to and from places like Africa and Asia. Walking down the Deira side you can see all the big, beautiful wooden boats docked, and with crews from countries like India & Bangladesh, the dhows will make their way to their final destinations using old sea trade routes to deliver all sorts of consumer goods.

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