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When should I book my

session for?


I recommend having your maternity shoot when you’re 30-35 weeks pregnant, but anytime throughout your pregnancy is fine!


If you would like the sleepy newborn pictures then it is essential that you book your session within the first 14 days of your baby’s life. I recommend to book before your baby is born and so we will agree a date around 7-14 days after your due date then review it once baby arrives.

Where will our photoshoot

take place?

For outdoor shoots I prefer to shoot at sunrise or sunset, as the light is simply beautiful. But I am happy to suit any time. Living in Wiltshire, we are surrounded by beautiful hills and woodlands, which is where most of my outdoor shoots take place. I have a couple of favourites but am always open if you have any suggestions. 

Indoor shoots take place at your home and these are best done between 10am-2pm when the sun is high and your house gets the most light.

What shall we wear?

Natural plain earthy tones works beautifully against natures backdrop. But it's entirely up to you in what you feel most comfortable in. If you need some inspiration I can help with styling tips or take a look at my new client wardrobe.

What happens if it rains

on our photoshoot?

It's entirely up to you. We can either grab our wellies and umbrellas and brave the weather and capture some fun wet weather photos or if you would like to reschedule I will be more than happy to. 

When will we receive

our photos?

Depending on how busy I am your final pictures will take no longer than 14 days to reach you. You will receive them on a password protected digital online gallery and available to download at high resolution and share with your family. 

Weddings photos usually take between  4-8 weeks to be delivered. 

Is a deposit required?

Yes secure your booking I will require a 25% non refundable booking fee.

The remaining balance will be due one week (7 days) before your shoot.

Are you insured?

Yes! Of course I am. 

I am fully covered with both public liability and public indemnity insurance.

If you have any more questions please don't hesitate to ask.

would love to hear from you.

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