The 52 Project



imagea portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014.


Ok, I’ve already shared this one below but this picture had had had to be my week 22. My baby boy, up way past his bedtime but so excited about his new broom.

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Apologies for the photo dump, but our camera died a couple of weeks ago and we have only just got around to fixing it. I have a completely terrible camera phone but this was the best I could do under the circumstances. Its been a really tough month for our little family. Work has gone into overdrive for W which has meant he has barely been home, not even for the weekends. With his nuts schedule and my full-time care of Forrest, it hasn’t left much time for anything else. Sadly June is looking to be much the same but hopefully it will even out again before the summer so we can enjoy our last couple of months in London together. In the meantime, here is a quick catch up on my 52 project which I am determined to keep up with as best as I can.

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18. Rage Against the Daddy – the consequence of us not sharing with our son

19.  No title but tugging on clothes in the early hours is one of our daily rituals I love the most

20. Homeward bound – My little one loves trains dearly and had a ball on this journey back from Bristol

21. Seaspotting – Gazing through the cracks at the ocean below after walking the length of Brighton Pier.





tube with daddy editeda portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014.

London days

There won’t be many more days like this as our hearts start to look towards a new home. But for now I am happy to sit back and enjoy my boys in the city. That smile is just enough to get me through 6 more months of TFL.

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16-52a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014.


This week I took dozens of photos of Forrest playing in parks and waddling in parks  but this one, at Stratford Station, taken in the lift turned out to be my favourite. I don’t know what it is. Maybe it’s the intensity and love that Forrest has for lifts at the moment. Maybe it’s just because it is of my two boys. Either way it is definitely one of my favourites from this project so far.

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14 & 15



14-52a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014.

I have to admit that I am struggling to find the time to get these up every week at the moment but I am hoping to get back on track by the end of the month. However, here are weeks 14 & 15, both of which I really enjoyed capturing and gave me the challenge of shooting in very bright midday sun. 

Week 14:  I cannot describe how happy the ocean made him. 

Week 15:  The joy in his face is because he has just spotted his Daddy running towards him. I took this in the park over the weekend when we got to spend a rare lazy sunday feeding ducks and kicking balls in the open air. 

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