Unposed and Natural Lifestyle Newborn Photography

Newborns are perfect, gorgeous and cute just as they are.  They don't need props or to be posed. My newborn photography sessions are focussed on the beauty of your new baby and newly forming family bonds with no props just cuddles.

It goes by so fast. Treasure it forever. 

Newborns are snuggly, sleepy and all curled up for the first two weeks, making this the best time to have your newborn photographed. 7-10 days is the sweet spot.  They change so fast and it will go by in a flash. So capturing these magical days will give you precious photos that take you right back and pause this wonderful time for you.

If you are looking for natural unposed newborn photos then you are in the right place. My newborn photo shoots are done in your home - which gives the most natural and adorable images. I'll capture your little one sleeping, stretching and yawning.  Close-ups of those gorgeous tiny feet and hands. And great photos of the baby with their new mummy and daddy as your bonds as a family are being created.   

How it works

As soon as you know your due date you can book, I hold the session for you and when the baby arrives we decide the best date for the photoshoot because babies are notorious for not arriving on due dates.  It's always best to book in advance to avoid missing your ideal date.  And just so you know, I work across London and Hertfordshire.  

If you are ready to find out more about having a newborn photoshoot then please give me a call, send me a message or find out more about what to expect during the photo shoot.  

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Family, Maternity and Newborn Photographer.Natural Unposed Lifestyle Photography for fun-loving families in

North London and Hertfordshire.

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