Award-winning photographer: family portraits in Mortlake
Natural yet striking photographs in Hampton by Louise Downham, a professional family photographer. Louise covers mainly south, southwest and west London.
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Children’s and family photographer London – Mortlake

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Children’s and family photographer London – Mortlake

I love photographing families a few months on – it’s so wonderful to see how the children have changed and to compare the current photographs with the recent ones. This session was no different – their gorgeous little baby was a tiny newborn when I first photographed him, and was now on the verge on sitting!

I took the photographs in the family’s home, some on the bed and some on an amazing tiger rug. When their baby needed a change of scene, we went down to his bedroom and used the arm chair for a new location – he was thrilled to find his toes, and grabbed hold of them happily!

“I just love the photos, thank you so much! It was really fun to come in and go through them. They are so much better than I’d ever hoped for… Thank you.” Beth

Update – here’s a snap of their framed print being packed up, ready to go to its rightful home:

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