Boudoir Photography

Every story has a first chapter

The newborn stage is so fleeting; you will wonder how your little one was ever so tiny. It truly is a once in a lifetime chance to capture these beautiful, sleepy photos. The images from these sessions are perfect for both wall art hung in your home and announcement cards, telling those close to you about your little one’s arrival.
I started my journey into Newborn photography in Woking from my home in 2012. Since then I have had a gorgeous baby boy of my own. Becoming a mummy has given me an even greater appreciation of those first few days.
My newborn sessions usually take place within the first 14 days. The curled up, newborn images are achieved early on as the baby is still comfortable in these positions after being in the womb. As well as taking photos of your baby, the session also includes parent and siblings photos Ideally it is best to book in your session after your 20 week scan, but please do not worry if you are past this date.
You are welcomed into my home studio for the session, where there is a comfy sofa and plenty of drinks on offer. The sessions are very carefully styled with my large range of beautiful handmade props, outfits and backdrops for you to choose from. Having recently become a mother myself, I am all too familiar with the varying emotions that come with being a parent. I want you to feel as comfortable as possible. The session is not rushed but relaxed, planned around baby’s sleeping and feeding routine to enable us to get a series of images which really capture the beauty of your baby at this stage.

If you are interested in booking a newborn session please contact me. I have a newborn session brochure, which helps explain the process, and I am also very happy to chat on the phone and answer any questions you may have. Alternatively if your baby is a little old please look at my Baby photography section.

Lastly, so many congratulation on your pregnancy, it is the start of a wonderful new chapter in your life.



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