As a newborn photographer, I have to take the safety of my little clients very seriously. As a sign of my commitment, I have become a member of BANPAS and have taken and completed several courses by the internationally renowned Kelly Brown Including her latest newborn safety & posing workshop. So rest assured that your precious little one is in safe hands with their safety and comfort being my absolute priority.

It might surprise you to know that the newborn photography industry is completely unregulated. Photographers like me, who take safety seriously, have to take it upon ourselves to be trained and educated on how to ensure the beautiful images we create, are done safely.
For example when you see a beautiful image like this

Newborn Photography in West Sussex
You may be forgiven for thinking that the baby here looks like they were being held in the air, they are in fact resting safely on a bean bag with their parent’s hands cradled around them. The rest of the shot is created in post-production.

Being a newborn photographer requires a unique set of skills and there is a worldwide organisation that exists to support photographers like me. We have access to safety training and resources that we can use to provide clients like you with a better service.
I’m delighted to have joined BANPAS (Baby & Newborn Photography Association)
You will be able to find me on their directory of photographers here.
They also have a fabulous Facebook page for pregnant and new parents here.
It’s a fantastic site that I would recommend. It covers a wide range of things from what to expect, why you should use a professional newborn photographer and when to book. You can also search for photographers in your local area.
I’d be delighted to chat to you about how I can create a beautiful gallery of images for your newborn baby and chat to you about how I do that safely.
You can check my availability and book online by heading over to my Belly to Baby page where you will find all the details you will need about all my sessions and packages.