... Mum, wife, photographer, schnauzer owner, handbag addict …

Photography has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember, my first camera was a Baidixette 1 my father’s camera that I started to use at the age of five.

Having spent years working in creative industries I reconnected with my love of photography.

Paula Jayne Photography was created in 2000 when my eldest daughter was born and I just had to capture those special moments. Five years later along came my second daughter and with two schnauzers also now included, life is exciting and forever busy. I love capturing our family adventures and memories and helping others to do the same.

As Paula Jayne Photography I have photographed many children of all ages from toddlers to teenagers and everything in between and still never tire of fun shoots creating images for families to treasure. What I look to achieve in my photography sessions is to capture a story, a pocket of time, a selection of timeless beautiful photographs ready to fill your home with love, laughter and light!

Working with the environment and natural surroundings, the ever changing light, colours and textures, is inspiring photographing outdoors in a simple, natural style, is my real passion as I find the freedom of the outdoors brings out the best of even the most timid children. They become alive and their personalities shine through into the photographs.

I will photograph near my home, the four shires of Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Warwickshire but always happy to discuss other locations.

Have a look around my website and if you would to book a photo session or you have any questions, I would be delighted to hear from you.


About Me

Toby – Creative Director

Likes being mischievous (very), loves yummy treats and lots of hugs oh and just generally being pampered, unlike Boggles I walk around puddles!

Boggles – Assistant 

I lovvee my orange squeaky ball, agility I am really  speedy and my hobby is  getting very muddy, walking in puddles and rubbing my beard in all things smelly! 

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