Big brother and his little brother laughing while playing with their toys

Family photographer Surbiton

As a professional family photographer, I find myself photographing all over London and beyond – and am frequently in Surbiton.

In fact one of the first families I photographed were in Surbiton, so it always brings back special memories for me each time I come back here.

My family portrait sessions usually start off at home, where your little ones will feel most comfortable and relaxed. After an hour or so, we can head outdoors to your favourite park. Bushy Park is a great location, with the pretty stream and the interesting woodland areas for toddlers to explore. The open fields also works well for family group shots.

family photographer Surbiton - toddler book reading
mum looking at dad and dad holding their newborn baby in his arm on a black and white filter from a newborn portrait session in London

“Thank you for the wonderful photographs. You put us at ease from the outset, and made the experience enjoyable. Thank you for sharing your talents and for all your help.” Natasha

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family photography Surbiton - mum and daughter colouring in

A family portrait session in Surbiton:

Family photographer Surbiton south London

It was so much fun photographing these two little brothers in Surbiton, and of course their lovely parents!

The family photography session was a present for George’s birthday from her friends.

I took some group shots in the house and outdoors, and for the rest of the session I photographed the family playing and interacting naturally.

They’re such a musical family – it was great to photograph them playing the piano, the bongos and a singalong story book!

The boys tore around the house and garden, showing me their train set, aeroplane, teddies, trampoline, playhouse, balloons and bubble wands. Oh, to have the energy of a little boy!

“Louise is very calm and gentle, and she’s great around small children.

Despite our younger boy being a bit tired and grumpy, Louise somehow captured the most beautiful smiley pictures – both of the boys individually playing up to the camera and of them unaware and playing together, as well as scenes of intense focus and concentration. We have so many lovely photos it is proving difficult to choose which ones to display.” George

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