What types of family photo sessions do you offer?

The following sessions all follow the same pricing structure, but may help to give me more of an idea of the photos you are after.

‘Fresh 48’ & Newborn Sessions

Fresh 48 sessions are for the first 48 hours of a little one being born. They are documentary in style, and aim to capture the reality of those first few precious days  of life. Generally these are done at home, but can also be done at hospital or maternity ward if necessary.

Newborn sessions are very similar, but generally take place in the first couple of weeks.

Mummy & Me Sessions

This session is for children of any age and a parent (can be mum, dad or guardian) to celebrate the two of them together at this point in their lives. The photos focus on the bond of motherhood.

Generally these sessions are done at home, but could easily be done on location somewhere pretty or significant to you.

Documentary Sessions

Your family is about more than posed photos. It’s about the little moments that happen in everyday life that soon get forgotten or left behind. A documentary session aims to capture your raw and authentic life in a natural and candid way.

In these sessions there is no posing, sitting nicely or forced smiles. It’s about creating little moments in your session that focuses on showing the uniqueness of you and your family. If you’re after a family photo that you can frame on the mantelpiece – there will still be plenty of those – but they will be natural and real.

Family Sessions

General family photo sessions come in all different shapes and sizes and can be adapted to you as a family. They are usually a mixture of posed photos with a few documentary style in the mix. Their main aim is to create some happy and wonderful images of your family to frame or give as gifts to the ones you love. Generally these sessions can be done at home or on location, depending on what kind of thing you are after. They can be for any kind of family from the littlest babies to teens and their parents or guardians.