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Clients always ask me “what made you become a photographer if you were a midwife?”
Each woman is so unique and carries her own personal story and heritage. To me, this is incredibly precious, but the demands of a high pressure environment like a hospital make it impossible to treasure and cherish these traits.
Photography, on the other side, allows me to do that – it is the language I have chosen and I love to capture, cherish and treasure your story, maternity and motherhood.
My studio is the space I have created for you, your family and your baby. From the very moment you get in touch with me to the moment you exit the door with the images you have chosen, you are under my care.
My job is to make you feel comfortable, safe and beautiful – and treasure who you really are. It is an opportunity for self-love, bonding with your baby, your partner and other children too.
A little about me…
I am a 29 year old mother of two beautiful little girls who are my life, named Olivia (4) and Zara (18 months). I live with my partner Ashley who is a specialist nurse and we are in Birmingham. I left my midwifery career in 2017, in pursuit of photography and creativity; it’s grown ever since. I cannot get enough of chocolate, as a bar or hot and in my favourite cup (cream.. a bonus). I don’t have any pets but I am the proud parent of.. a goldfish! I enjoy gardening and I’m currently growing a variety of vegetables, herbs and fruit.
FROM THE BLOG
Reopening December 3rd in Birmingham for Maternity and Newborn Photography Sessions!How exciting! After yet another month long lockdown, we have been given permission to reopen and Birmingam will be entering TIER 3 - please do visit The UK Government Website for...
I absolutely love meeting these newborn babies! At just 6 weeks old, a little beauty travelled up from London with her parents for Christmas and even managed to fit in her Newborn Photography Portrait session with me. One of the things that parent worry about...
Back in March 2020, the government announced a lawful lockdown to minimise the risk of transmission of Covid-19. This meant the closure of my business, along with the cancellations and rescheduling of planned maternity, newborn, family, commercial, milestone and first...