Milly is one of our favourite Byron photographers and Parents of the Tribe. Passionate about photography and capturing beautiful images, she is an inspirational woman and pleasure to behold!
Tell us a little bit about yourself
Byron Bay home, here l try to live simply with my big man and little
girl. Give me a tiny house, filled with a lot of love, good food, old
friends, clean air to breath and music everyday.
l have slowly crawled out of bed a day will only start after a hot
shower, lots of coffee and occasionally some form of exercise (the last
part tends to not happen so often).
My phone, Arlo's backpack, wallet, hats, oh and baby.
me, it was important that becoming a Mother didn't take away what l had
hoped to achieve with my career and personal goals. My interests lay
within what l have studied for the last three years, Social Science,
from this l have been able to gain knowledge to help individuals and
work within my community. When i'am not doing this, l have being using
my camera a lot more. I found it difficult when l had Arlo to get anyone
to take photos of us or her, who l would feel natural and comfortable
around. My photos are a way of giving something to others that they can
hopefully hold on to and feel good about, as time passes and our little
loves grow so quickly. This passion has also allowed me growth,
creativity, to continue learning and to share with others the love of
Let's be honest - being a parent is no walk in the park. What gets you through a rough day?
Other then my partner, I have an amazing, close group of girlfriends without them l honestly couldn't imagine getting through my first year of parenthood. I can be my true self with them, free of judgement, a days worries are quickly washed away by loads of silliness and laughter. They keep me feeling 25, alive and i'am grateful Arlo has them to love and learn from.
If you are looking to have some family photos taken, Milly is incredible. Check out her work at www.ameliafullarton.com
Sunday, 20 October 2013
What is your morning ritual / routine or wake up call? Morning usually starts with a Suffolk Park run (with the pram) or lighthouse walk. Steve is adamant we ocean swim every morning so we have been beaching it before daycare drop off and work.......best start to the the day!
Rushing out the door on a Monday morning- what are your 5 essentials? Sunglasses, phone, Willows goji berries (she is totally addicted), bag which consists of willows essentials and Children of the Tribe Swimming Bag just in case we can fit in another beach session.
Putting parenting aside- what are your passions, hobbies or interests? Do you have a project you are currently working on? Passions - Children of the Tribe, home decorating. My interests at the moment have been discovering new treaties for willows lunchbox (so slaving in the kitchen). Currently working on ideas for next years range