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a moment in time...



capturing the moment


Ceridwen's images have appeared in publications throughout the world. At last count the images from her Rare Project series appeared in over 21 different countries from the BBC and ITV to Huffington Post.  You can see some of the coverage here

She is passionate about capturing that moment in time that draws the observer in to want to know more.  If it ignites interest or simply makes someone pause then she is happy. 

"Our lives are so busy that we often do not take enough time to really look at the the World around us.  To truly see the interactions that happen between people whether as part of a live performance or in our day to day lives - we need to take time to observe.

My passion for photography began through curiosity and has resulted in a growing awareness of the world around me.  I hope that my images portray some of that interest and passion" said Ceridwen.

In addition to her business she is also the founder of Same but Different, a community organisation set up to raise awareness of disability using the arts. 

If you would like to discuss your individual requirements whether a portrait or commercial photography please contact us.



Ceridwen has received worldwide recognition for her photography.  Some comments about the portraits taken for the Rare Project include:-

"Mother captures inspirational portraits of children with rare diseases to show their conditions are just a 'tiny bit of who they are'." Daily Mail

"Hughes has set about capturing 'the real person behind the condition' by taking beautiful pictures" Women's weekly Australia

"incredible and fun photographs of these kids just being kids" Homegrown magazine India

"A series of stunning images of children each facing their own health challenges" ITV Wales

"A powerful and beautiful display of photographs. The pictures of children were works of art in their own right" Alastair Kent OBE, Chair of RDUK