The Beginning Of Your Baby's Story...
Pregnancy is such a magical time, filled with anticipation and excitement. Those nine months pass so quickly, and before you know it you're cuddling your gorgeous baby, and your beautiful bump is a distant memory.
My maternity sessions capture this precious time for you, so that you can remember it forever, and show your children just how they looked when they were inside Mummy's tummy.
Natural Maternity Photography in Surrey & South West London
I specialise in natural maternity photography - no awkward, cheesy posing! I love to capture the beauty of this time, and your magical connection to your baby.
We'll work together to design a shoot that's personal to you. You can choose a studio, outdoor or at home session, and your partner and older children are welcome to join in too.
The Best Time To Take Maternity Photographs
The best time to take maternity photographs is usually between 30 and 36 weeks of pregnancy. This is the most flattering time, as your bump is usually nice and round by then, giving you a beautiful profile, with plenty of definition.
I recommend booking your shoot as soon as possible after your 20 week scan to make sure we can capture this window, as my diary can be full a couple of months ahead.
Planning The Perfect Maternity Photo Shoot for You
When you book your shoot we'll arrange a time to speak on the phone so that we can plan a session that's personal to you.
From the location, to what you wear, to who else joins the shoot I'll be on hand to answer your questions, and make suggestions about what will work best.
Viewing Your Maternity Photographs
After your maternity session we’ll arrange a time for you to come to the studio and see your beautiful photographs. This is usually a week or two after your session.
You'll have time and space to look through your photographs and choose which ones you would like to order. Once you’ve placed your order, I’ll deliver digital images to you within 48 hours of payment, and printed items within 4 weeks.
Ready to book your session? Or perhaps you'd like to ask some questions. I'd love to hear from you, and to chat about what you're hoping for. You can get in touch with me in one of the following ways: