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East Grinstead Newborn Photographer

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East Grinstead Newborn Photographer

This is Primrose, who it was my great pleasure to meet just before Christmas.  I’ve known her family a long while now and photographed her two big sisters so it was lovely to meet the littlest sister who has now joined them.

She was as good as gold in the studio which, on a personal note, was a massive thrill as I got to try out my brand new pair of fairy wings which are the most gorgeous delicate blush feather confections I have ever seen and the supremely gorgeous newborn crown that I have just received.  It’s a beautiful miniature version with delicate silver work and sparkling diamonds (OK, not real diamonds but a girl can dream) and it’s just perfect for my little visiting princesses.  Or for one visiting Primcess as we named her on the day.   All in all, a beautiful set of images that show her off in all her natural beauty.

A newborn photo shoot takes place in my studio in Crawley Down, a warm and cosy environment with, most importantly a very comfy sofa for you to relax on while we capture images of your gorgeous new arrival.  A session includes your five favourite digital images and costs £95.  It also includes free membership to my Joey Club baby photography club worth £39.95 – this gives you three sessions in your first twelve months with your baby, one each at 4, 8 and 12 months and a triple aperture wall frame at the end of the year with your favourite image from each session.

As with all of my photography, there’s no sales or viewing meeting to attend.  You simply view and order any images you would like from your private online gallery.

Find out more and book your newborn photography by following this link 

By | 2017-01-07T09:41:47+00:00 January 6th, 2017|Babies|0 Comments

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I'm a professional photographer specialising in weddings across Sussex, Surrey and Kent and also portraits from my boutique studio in East Grinstead, West Sussex.
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