Christmas breakfast at “The IVY” Chelsea Garden – London
19th November 2018
Kasimis Bakery Christmas Sweets – Nea Makri Attica
23rd November 2018

One of my favourite things to do  are my website photo-shoots or business branding photo-shoots.  I love getting to know so many incredible women entrepreneurs who are creating a business doing what they love.  You are YOUR brand and I can help you create images that are the face of your own brand.


Here is what we created for Becky and Amadeus Music School.

Becky “my sister in Law” has been running the family music school for over 4 decades, originally started by her father Mimi Metaxas in the late 1950’s and is now in the very capable hands of her daughter Myriam.  Becky still remains an essential part of the school she has a  Masters degree in classical guitar along with a Doctorate in music composition and she is eager to pass on her vast knowledge to the budding young students.

At Present she privately teaches around 40 pupils classical guitar. Every year she creates an orchestra to present to the parents and single handed she writes the music for in excess of 20 instruments which the children perform at the end of the academic year.

The school is based a Galatsi Athens and open to children and adults of all ages offering classes leading to examinations in various musical instruments. The age range of students from just over 2 yrs to the ripe young age of 83 and everyone is welcome.



For further information regarding the school or how to enroll yourself or your child please check  Amadeus Music School


If you would like to link up and have a few photos for your Instagram – Facebook – or just to tell the people about your brand do contact me – I have very decent rates and I am always on the look out for a friendly or shy faces to photograph. Let’s have a coffee and chat about what you want to tell everyone  about your unique business. Sandra x


  1. Jonno says:

    Great photos, really bring out her personality. So good.

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