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Hello!

 

I'm Jemma, a qualified member of The Guild of Photographers and an award winning newborn, baby, maternity and family photographer based in a beautiful village situated between Hereford and Ross on Wye, Herefordshire. I'm also a Mum to 3 crazy kids and a self confessed coffee snob!

My photography started as a hobby when I was in my teens and grew into a passion when I had my children. I spent years photographing my kids, landscapes and even the Milky Way but when my daughter was born my photography focus shifted to her and my love for newborn photography grew. I embarked on intense newborn training and finally opened my studio giving me the opportunity to create beautiful portraits for 100's of families. 

As an experienced photographer and parent I've learned that patience is key and therefore, you'll enjoy a very laid back approach to my shooting and nothing is ever rushed. I know this results in the very best captures of you and your family and you'll enjoy the process along the way. I'm really looking forward to capturing your memories forever!

Jemma xx 


The Studio

My studio is nestled in amongst Herefordshire's most beautiful countryside. It's warm and cosy and full of high tech photography equipment, alongside stunning vintage and bespoke props to ensure your photo's are of the finest quality. It's perfectly set up for newborns with specialist posing equipment, as well as for older babies and my maternity and family portrait clients of course. Wifi, TV and a kitchen are available for you to use during your visit so you can sit back with a mug of coffee and a maybe a cheeky biscuit and watch me create your beautiful family portraits.

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Contact

I would love to work with you and your family and if you would like to enquire about available dates or discuss any details please contact me via the form below. Please include your telephone number as sometimes my emails don't get to the right place. Jemma x

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