Since 2011, Maple & Fleur has provided bespoke Wedding, Maternity and Newborn photography experiences for families in the Bath and Bristol areas. Get to know the hearts behind Maple & Fleur Photography and the one-of-a-kind, experience Maple & Fleur provides.

Meet Paul & Heidi

We would love to introduce you to our new name of Maple & Fleur.

I bet some of you are asking why?
Why did we feel we needed to have a rebrand and why did we change our name from Paulfolio Photography to Maple and Fleur Photography?

Well, the answer is pretty simple, before now all of the different aspects of our photography business have been spaced out over different websites with different names, we wanted to bring everything together under one name. One name that would encompass all of what we want to be as photographers.

Thus came the decision to rebrand and bring everything into one space.

So why Maple & Fleur?

We wanted to bring the business name back to basics of why we decided to be photographers in the first place.
We both started out doing landscape and nature photography, as well as Maple (tree) being quite a steadfast masculine word, and then Fleur (flower) being more delicate and feminine. As a husband and wife team, we feel this works quite well for us.

So this is where the thinking has come from for the name.

We’ve just launched our new website, please takre a good look around, we’re still making some tweaks here and there and look forward to sharing new and exciting resources with you in the future. If your looking for a photographer we would love to have a chat about what you need and what we can provide for you.

you can view our new website at https://mapleandfleur.com/

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