Beautiful memories, captured beautifully
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Who What Where

Welcome to the website of Stephen Page, portrait photographer, fatkoala images.

I am based in Oxford, UK, although I regularly take family portraits in the Cotswolds and in London. I have family photography clients in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Buckinghamshire and more; and I can travel to wherever your family is based, in the UK or abroad.

I specialise in photographing children and families, although I also have worked with musicians, theatre, opera, and specialist corporate events.

"Beautiful memories, captured beautifully"

I work with families to document a moment in their life – to record relationships and emotions – to remember places and things – to remember children and how the family lives and plays together …

We work together in your environment – your home, your favourite park, your favourite getaway destination. Places where you are comfortable; places you want to remember. Not artificial images constructed in a studio.

Beautiful finished products

I am very attentive to the end product – I want you to use the images we create together, and I know you demand the best.

My prints are hand made with care; I use high-quality materials (eg fibre-based papers, carefully-selected frames, beautiful albums) and spend much time in the digital equivalent of the darkroom bringing out the best in the finished product.

I invest the time it takes to bring the best from your images. I am flexible, with transparent pricing: you pay for what you like and want. We will work together to shape a project which suits your needs. Read more here.

Learning more

Before you engage a photographer you will want to know who you are working with, what their style is, and what they believe in.

Do browse my portfolio on this website — and if you like my work, please give me a call on 01865 582 444 so we can talk about what matters to you. Even better, come and visit us in Oxford to see a range of finished work and talk through your requirements.