Family Portrait Photography

Capturing families as they grow

Family portrait photography is so important. Children grow and change so quickly that before you know it, they’re all grown up. You take hundreds of photographs of your children and that’s great. Do you get them printed? Do you put those pictures on your wall or in an album? Will they still be there in years to come to look back on the memories?

Creating Memories

One thing I love doing when I visit my parents is pulling the family albums out. I love looking back over the years and reliving those magical times together. Me, my brother and sister on the beach. In the garden. Having lunch by the side of the road “somewhere in France”.

Beautiful Wall Art

I create beautiful high-quality photographs of your family, printed by a professional lab. Handed to you ready to hang on your wall.

The “Cube” family photography

You’ll love making shapes and squeezing into the cube. It's a cool concept which looks stunning on the wall. The great thing is that you don’t have to worry about posing or feeling awkward. You and your family create your own unique shapes with me there to give you plenty of ideas and guide you along the way.

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A fun interactive experience

Everyone really enjoys the experience. Parents often tell me that their children haven’t stopped talking about it since. As well as creating shapes, my aim is to capture the little moments which show the love within a family. The photos with eye contact, family interaction, laughs and smiles always prove to be the most popular when people are choosing the images for their wall picture. My job as a family portrait photographer is to capture these moments. I take a wide variety of pictures so you can choose which ones you like best to create your own unique Cube picture. This is a new approach to family photography that creates a wow picture on the wall.

"Louise is really welcoming and easy to work with. We had great fun doing the photo shoot - think my daughter could have stayed posing all day. This was our first family shoot following the arrival of Jack and everything went smoothly even though we did have to stop for bottle feeding and nappy changes! We're ecstatic with our final photos and print, very good quality and well worth the money. We would highly recommend Louise." Emma M

If you would like to find out more, please contact me.

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