I am always grateful when clients agree to me sharing some photographs from their session. It is always a plesure to be booked to make some newborn memories for them, to cherish and look at. Seeing how tiny their precious baby was and all of the wonderful little details about them. Baby Scarlett came to me in October, with her parents Honor and David, who were keen to capture her early days as she was growing so fast. She’s an incredibly beautiful baby and was a dream to photograph. It is really lovely to see a snippet of a new family’s journey. Being a midwife, I am always keen to talk about the pregnancy and birth, feeding and generally how they are getting on as parents. Generally I love to share my experience and often we find that there are similarities which is more often than not, reassuring. This makes the environment even more friendly and comfortable for the family to be in, which is really important for clients to feel safe.


Clients always get to choose what colours and styles they like and I enjoy personalising their sessions. I usually take babies into my studio that are under 16 days old, however, I am happy to do newborn sessions for babies up to 10 weeks of age. Although, I cannot guarantee those very sleepy newborn poses because babies become more alert as they get older. My sessions are often 3-4 hours, to allow for feeding and settling of your new baby and now that I have a studio based in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, why not make a day of it after the session and spend some time exploring the local stores, coffee shops or make a trip over to the city centre? Did you know that newborn sessions are n ot just about photographs of your baby? I always encourage parents to take part in the memory making and it is so wonderful to see their pride and love for their growing family.


Scheduling your session is really simple and there are two ways you can do it. You can book in for the newborn photography session online, and receive an immediate confirmation – this works well for clients who have a little time and want to secure their session in as soon as possible. I will then get in touch with you to talk about your ideal session and plans for your newborn baby photographs. What is great about this is that I will receive your booking form and with details on your ideas that we can talk about over the phone. The other way you can book in is by sending an enquiry via this website at the bottom and I can happily discuss any questions you might have beforehand. This works really well too because we get to know each other and you can get a feel for who will be photographing your newborn baby and learn about me, your baby’s photographer. 


How wonderful is their family portrait? So much love here. Also, look at Baby Scarlett’s eyelashes? They’re bsolutely beautiful.



Check out my fellow photographer Jill’s blog, from Light of My Life Photography. She is based in Cheshire and is writing about luxury Christmas Candles. With Christmas coming up, these may offer beautiful gifts for candle lovers!

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