A Day in the Life of your Family: Photography by Susanne Hakuba
Which memories of my childhood do I cherish the most?
It’s the little things I hold dear: listening to a bowl of Rice Krispies popping away; clutching dad’s hand crossing a busy street; bedtime stories.
If I could hold a photograph of these tiny moments the memories would come flooding back. But there are no photographs of what are seemingly ordinary, everyday events.
Ordinary, but so precious.
This is even more so after you have come through the tough times of a separation; for both, parents and children. Now that things have settled a bit why not spend some time with a professional photographer to capture a whole set of moments of your new family life? It’s about capturing a whole set of moments, interactions and wonderful expressions. Moreover, we’ll also do some lovely blended family portraits so that you have beautiful images of your new family all together; showing how far you have come. You need not do anything but be yourselves. I’ll work around you and you will barely notice I’m even there. Please get in touch for more information and have a look at my family photography: www.adayinthelifeofyourfamily.com
Please get in touch for more information and have a look at my family photography: www.adayinthelifeofyourfamily.com, or call me on 07969 523268
Call me on 07969 523268
Moving to London nearly eight years ago I intended to only stay for a few months but as it goes fell in love with this multicultural and vibrant city, and as a matter of fact I am still here. I am based in the South of London but am very happy to travel anywhere in London and the world for my photography. I love people and photography.
Growing up in a family with six children, I am fascinated by families and enjoy capturing a typical day in the life of all kind of families. Whatever a typical day means for your family, having professional but natural pictures of a day in the life of your family put together in a book or some frames will make for a wonderful memento to cherish for many years to come. My documentary style means that you can relax and just life your day together as usual.
When I am not out and about capturing family life you find me working on personal documentary projects and editorial work. My work has been in various publications such as the IHT (International Herald Tribune) and the Independent on Sunday, and it has been shown in several group and solo exhibitions across London and abroad.