• portrait and fashion photography by victoria jayne andrews •
Photographs freeze a moment forever; so live, love and laugh whilst I point my camera your way. Below are albums of my previous work; have a nosey, enjoy and I will look forward to hearing from you!
As the sun began to rise, the street lights faded amongst the darkness. Instead, replaced by sunlight, the world began waking up, the sun shining through the trees and the beauty of nature coming to life again. There is beauty in the darkness and the light, you just have to search for it.
Overnight, the picturesque Ribble Valley became a winter wonderland. These two girls who share a beautiful friendship wrapped themselves up in their snug winter coats and embarked on a mini adventure into the snowy hills.
An actress from Brisbane, head shots are a must. I met the beautiful Sofia for a forest photoshoot. What a stunner!
A short but sweet photoshoot with the beautiful Charlotte. We look past the little things in life, the things we take for granted. This shoot was in the garden, surrounded by the beauty of nature during the British summer months.
I headed to Fingal heads on a photography adventure with this beautiful girl. The wind swept her hair away as we stood on the rocks taking in the breaking waves crashing against the beach.
I photographed this beautiful little family in the mountains with their newest addition; baby Layne. A proud big brother and a musical papa makes for some beautiful pictures.
A gorgeous new family with their cheeky little monkey. A camera shy little boy makes for some interesting techniques to create smiles.
A lovely little family shared their laughter and joy with me and my lens for an afternoon. Their furry friend joined us for the ride and ran about excited by all the attention. We explored a local woodland area close to their home.
A shoot with a beautiful young girl, Katy at an abandoned barn in the UK. This girl moves delicately as she practises her love; ballet.
This is an example of an afternoon shoot close to home; we set off on a little adventure up to higher land where we have a view over the beautiful valley. We didn't have long before the sun began to set, lighting the sky up with beautiful pink tones. This is a little shoot of a good friend, Charlotte.
I photographed the beautiful Laurie as she danced down country roads. The wind swept up her long skirt and the rain pattered down on our skin. Nature is the best place for photographs.
the road trip
Travelling is a beauty in itself. Travelling with friends holds even more sweetness; sharing your experiences with those you love. The good and the bad. We road tripped from Sydney, through Brisbane, up to Cairns, across to Darwin, down through Ayers rock and coober pedy, finally winding up in Adelaide and through to Melbourne (along with all the places in between). It was an incredible drive, a lot of tiredness but also a lot of amazing scenery amongst a lot of nothingness. From swimming in waterfalls to star gazing in the outback, every little thing we experienced in between was amazing. Barbecuing at the side of the road, getting lost in places we don't know, heat stroke from the strong Australian sun as we walked the circumference of Ayers rock. All of it was beautifully incredible. I documented the whole thing with my camera, from my perspective; during long drives I managed to keep up with my blog; touching up my images and posting them to a blog. Something I would recommend to absolutely everyone; your own personal story book for when you grow old. A reminder of the life you experienced with the people you love most.
Travelling round Thailand was one of the best experiences I've had; going from scared and vulnerable to embracing the life style, experiencing as much as I could, seeing as much as I could. Seeing the different ways in which people live. Seeing what is 'normal' to them. Through our crazy Thai experiences, I captured everything I could (in between carrying around my backpack and clambering onto tuk tuk's). Pictures speak a thousand words, but I feel that isn't even enough to begin describing Thailand. What an amazing experience.