Blog Archive

  • It’s been another successful year for Alasdair and Averil at the Scottish Master Photographers Association awards with Averil winning an Award of Excellence with this black and white image in the Under 5 Category, Alasdair winning an Award of Excellence in the Cherubs Category and Averil being awarded a Merit in the Cherubs Folio Category (3 images of the same baby taken over the year).

  • Ayrshire Cherubs Babies in National £10,000 Cherub of the Year Competition

    Today is the last day for entries into this years national Master Photographers Association “Cherub of the Year” competition. The lucky winner will receive £10,000 and there are a few runners up prizes of shopping vouchers. Here is an example of just a few of the images we have entered. Good luck everyone!!

  • Scottish MPA Cherubs Folio Photographer of the Year 2009!

    Well we’ve done it again! We are delighted to announce yet more Scottish Master Photographer Association awards, this time in Cherubs Photography. Alasdair was crowned Cherubs Folio Photographer of the year only just beating his wife Averil who scooped the second place as well as a third place. Cherubs photography is a very important part of their photography business and with Averil winning Scottish Cherubs Photographer of the Year in 2007 and Alasdair winning Scottish Under Fives photographer of the year 2008 this now establishes them as two of Scotland’s leading baby photographers.

    “Baby photography has always been one of my passions and to receive two awards in a year where I have been taking some time away from the business on maternity leave makes it all the more satisfying. My only complaint is that I was beaten by Alasdair!!! Only joking of course, the healthy competition between us is a great recipe for a successful, progressive business.”

  • New Website

    New Website

    Nothing too exciting, the new website is now live and will be fully online in the coming 72 hours.

    We will be fine tuning the blog in the coming weeks, when we know what we are doing.