If you are wondering about a newborn photo session at home, then have a look through this post. There is something so incredibly special about those first few weeks with your newborn baby. That little cocoon that you create for your family, that space within your own home. It’s where you find your feet and get used to the new way of being. It’s something that I really love to get a sense of when I photograph a family together and it’s just ideal for newborn photography.
The bedroom of their London home was the perfect focus for this family’s newborn photography. I loved creating these images of Cassandra and Martyn with baby Bram at home. It made it all the more wonderful when all the family pets came to join us, particularly as their beautiful cat Pickle, the original fur baby, is now no longer with them.
I loved catching up with Cassandra and Martyn again. I loved photographing their wedding at River Cottage a couple of years ago. It was wonderful to travel to London to see them becoming parents and photograph this next stage of their lives. Bram was a complete delight to photograph, and even managed to squeeze out an early glimmer of a smile for me! Just the most gorgeous baby, and I loved capturing him in these early weeks.
When you have your newborn photographs in your own home, you create something so special by including your home environment. We finished the shoot by walking over the road to the common. Martyn photographed Cassandra’s growing pregnancy underneath the huge tree there, and the spot is really special to them. My final images were of them as a family, sitting together in the same location, right outside their home.
More info about newborn photography at home
If you would like more information about booking me for your own newborn photography, then please do get in touch. I’m based in Exeter, Devon, but very happy to travel to you at home anywhere else around the country. Please just ask for more details or there is more information here.
You might also like to look at some other newborn photography on my blog: