The first few weeks for you and your baby are very special, a time you will never get back. You are now sharing your days and nights with a beautiful new little life. Adjusting to a whole new way of living. Capturing those tiny delicate details of your most precious blessing is something you will always treasure and never regret.
I am a huge advocate for mums and dads to get involved in their newborn and family sessions. I know it’s sentiment and a ‘corny’ photographer phrase but these are memories that you will treasure. Existing in photographs is so important not only for you but for future generations of your family to remember you.
My newborn sessions are just £75
Bookings can be taken any time after your 20-week scan. It is strongly recommended to book early to avoid disappointment. The session fee does not include any products or images.
What your session fee pays for.
- Payment of the session fee secures your booking and reserves a date in my diary.
- Up to four hours of studio time (the average newborn session is usually two and half to three hours)
- Use of props, wraps and outfits.
- Parent and sibling shots are also included.
- Editing of 28 to 30 images to the highest standard (a process that takes 7 to 14 days)
- Face to face personal viewing of your images
At the end of your portrait session, we will arrange a date for your exclusive viewing session where you will be able to view your images and choose which images and products you would like to purchase.
Collections start from £259
Please get in touch for a full price list.
Newborn photography has become extremely popular in recent years. Good photography is an investment. Newborn photography is not regulated. The market is saturated with newborn photographers and not all of them will have the required training or experience to perform a newborn portrait session. You are passing over your most precious little miracle to a complete stranger. It has taken years of training and practice to be able to become a specialist in newborn photography. Please do your research before handing over your most precious new addition.