We are family and portrait photographers based in Pembrokeshire but work all over the UK and wherever needed. There are so many moments in life that create memories, that make us who we are as people, one of the biggest things of all are those we love. For us, we want to capture something of who you are when you are in your everyday life, when you are interacting, when you are being real with the people that make your life what it is. Moments that only you guys understand, funny names, silly games, stupid faces, or equally moments of calm and tranquility, that say so much about the way you feel. We love helping you to make and capture memories that you can cherish like no others. Squidgy newborn thighs, big honest eyes, breakfast making, pancake munching, old wrinkles, fresh faces, whatever your family and those you care about possess, we want to capture for you.
We'd love to hear from you if you have any interesting projects that we can help make a reality. Please just get in touch.
Family and portrait shoots are available for £295, they include:
A shoot in a location of your choice
Usually lasts around 45min-1.5hrs
All images, high resolution download.
Online gallery to share with family and friends
All permissions to print and share.
Past client's words
"We chose o&c as they encapsulated what we wanted in our wedding photographers, their photos were interesting and not run of the mill, little pieces of art that captured not just the moment but the emotion, the love and the happiness. We loved every moment with them on our wedding day and when we had our daughter there were no questions about who we'd go to for her photos - which are truly beautiful.
Thank you for capturing our most precious memories o&c we can't thank you enough. "
Ric and Lizzie and Sephy
'o&c did a ruddy marvellous job of capturing our precious first weeks with our little girl. Their photos are a timeless record of a very special time and we are so happy with them - can't stop looking at them in fact! Mucho gracias to a very talented pair, particularly for immortalising that wrinkly back in all its glory.'