Rocking Horse Shoot Stevenson Brothers

I was recently hired to do a rocking horse shoot by Stevenson Brothers. I adore taking photographs and I love to see the results but every now and then things come together perfectly at a shoot and you create something really magical.

This shoot was definitely one of those kind of days; a really exciting client, Stevenson Brothers owners Marc and Tony are extremely passionate about their rocking horses and brought two beautiful examples along to be photographed.  The first they designed and made for the WW1 commemorations, and the second a dapple grey

The Location

The location is a derelict church in Eastwell, Ashford which has quite a look of history itself.
The set was styled by Claire Bate of Little Florrie as well as making the amazing floristry, I thought the head piece was one of the prettiest I had seen.
Lastly but by no means least my lovely little models Evie, Jude and Beck Wigmore, thank you for being very patient, not at all camera shy and I could not have produced such lovely pictures without you.
A fantastic team makes for fantastic photographs, I hope you like them, I would love to hear your comments.
This is three young children in the woods with their rocking horseThis is a little girl with pink flowers in her hair with her rocking horse.

This is a young boy sitting on a rocking horse outside a churchThis is a little girl with pink flowers in her hair with a bouquet of pretty flowers This is a little girl with pink flowers in her hair with her rocking horse. This is three children sitting in the woods