Maternity and Newborn Studio Photography in Didcot, Oxfordshire.
Maybe you feel that you couldn't possibly look good in photographs while pregnant or just after having a baby? Or are you worried that your baby will be fussy or cry during the photo shoot?
Then stop worrying! That is what I am here for. It is my job to pose you in such a way that you look even more fabulous then you already do and feel comfortable at the same time. I have also been looking after babies and small children since I was big enough to pick them up! So know lots of tricks to help soothe a little baby, calming fussy babies is my secret super power.
Photography is my way to create quality family portraits for you. I provide the whole service, from help on deciding outfits and colours to a framed piece of art ready to hang on your wall. Helping you to preserve the special moments of the here and now, your pregnancy, newborn baby and family.
I quite literally stop time on your memories in photographs that will last forever. Something for you to look at and cherish, images that capture a single moment in your lifetime that you can hold and treasure, and when the time is right you can pass them on to your children.
I work out of a little studio near Didcot where you are welcome to relax (falling asleep on the sofa is absolutely allowed). I have a selection of dresses for mummy and all the props and outfits for baby to bring a little something extra to your images so that you don't need to worry about bringing anything but yourselves.
I am here to help you capture your most precious memories.
“My 10.5 month old son and I had a 'Mummy & Me' shoot, which includes some breastfeeding shots too.
Verity was very professional and friendly, and didn't bat an eyelid. She is very good at what she does, and was very good with my little boy, when he wasn't overly cooperative!
Definitely recommend Verity to get your shots of your new baby.
She was also very accommodating and flexible with viewing times so my fiancé could join us after work.
Great service, beautiful photos, and a happy lady.