Category: <span>funeral thoughts</span>

Feedback about my work

Feedback about my work

I have been asked to present to Funeral Celebrants Association Australia about my work so I reached out to a client whose reason for wanting a keepsake book surprised me when she told me in 2015: Margaret said her father had dementia and she wanted the book to help him understand that he had lost...

January 25, 2020April 26, 2020
What funeral photography is about in 5 (there’re more!) steps

What funeral photography is about in 5 (there’re more!) steps

When I tell people I’m a funeral photographer they can be slightly taken aback. They remove “funeral” from the occupation and replace it with “wedding”. They think, “How can you be a photographer at a funeral? How can you ask people to smile?” Well, that’s not quite the point. And here are 5 (there are...

December 5, 2019February 2, 2020
Words of comfort

Words of comfort

When we die, we rarely leave a message to those we love. It strikes me as strange that we don’t write self-eulogies to be read out our funerals. The only formal way we have of communicating love after our death is through our will and testament but surely love can be expressed in forms other...

March 11, 2018March 11, 2018