Over the years I have created my own Christmas cards to send to clients and friends. Here are some of my favourites plus a few others that slipped through the net.

  1. Wreath shot on an old door for Maison
  2. Star-shaped biscuits were home made for the shoot, the left-overs were packed up and given as presents.
  3. Star-shaped decoration from Paperchase shot with tissue paper.
  4. Red perspex Christmas trees from Muji shot with a shallow depth of field, making the distant ones out of focus.
  5. Close up of snowman in a snow globe. The nose had to be retouched to make it a better shape.
  6. Heart-shaped Madonna and Child card, shot in a gift shop in Copenhagen.
  7. Heart-shaped card of Christ, found in a gift shop in Copenhagen.
  8. Knitted nativity characters made by local knitters for Jeremy’s Home Store. I shot the whole cast, but the Three Kings looked the best for the card.
  9. Marzipan Santa, bought from the gift shop at a marzipan museum in Budapest (honestly!)
  10. Gorgeous tree decorations shot on an old door for Maison.
  11. A dozen+ red, car-shaped boxes of biscuits from M&S.
  12. The same cars all recoloured to use on the inside of the cards.
  13. Close up of mini tree decorations from Paperchase.
  14. Selection of sumptuous baubles from Tate Britain.
  15. Lego Santa and tree with dramatic, midnight lighting.