Joey Club is our baby photography scheme designed to capture key moments in your baby's first year and the final session takes the form of a first birthday shoot with themed props and accessories as well as just to capture your little on as they reach the end of their first year with you. Plus you can also choose to add on a 'cake smash' photography session at the end to finish up with some fun. OK it's undeniably
This little came along for his second Joey Club session right on time - around the 8 month mark and although he hadn't been the biggest fan of the studio on his first visit (when he needed frequent mum-cuddles and milk breaks), he just loved the limelight this time around. So much so that we even indulged in a little dressing up and you have to admit that he is totally rocking the trapper hat with his cheeky grin.
When you bring your new arrival to us for a newborn photography session, then you don't just get beautiful photos of your baby in his or her earliest days. You also get free membership to our Joey Club baby photography scheme - normally costing £39.95.
I love to stay in touch with my clients - we get to know each other a little bit through as we journey through the year of Joey Club photography together - and it is always great to see them again. Especially when they bring a new visitor to the studio to begin the Joey Club process all over again.
Joey Club is a specialist and professional baby photography club that offers three free sessions at 4, 8 and 12 months to capture you little one's journey through their first year.
When you are a big brother for the first time, there are some very important jobs and offices that you must perform. You have to help your little brother all you can without relinquishing too much control (there should never be any doubt who the boss is here!) and there are all sorts of skills that you can teach him - such as block building, car racing, mum badgering and so on.
This shot is my favourite from a recent session with this very beautiful little boy, or should I say it's one of nearly 100 favourite pictures that I've spent the last half hour debating which one to include in this post. His first Joey Club session was at three months and and those big blue eyes had already started to work their charms but in his second shoot (at just about 7 months) he really finished the job.
This family have been coming to the studio for photographs since the big brother in the picture was just a tiny little 3 month old and it has been my pleasure to see him grown and also to meet his little sister. The last time she came to the studio, she was just a few weeks old and her big brother wasn't there so I was thrilled when they both came along to the latest session.
Well it is not a secret that I am fond of a little dressing up box fun and so this gorgeous girl presented just too good an opportunity to miss! Luckily her mum was of the same mind and she also bought along her own range of accessories to create some different styles and looks and baby Ana pulled them all off with consummate ease. She just smiled and giggled throughout her session and to be honest, so did us grown ups. Here she is, modelling a vintage look with feathered headdress and string of pearls and she looks absolutely stunning
We have a good range of props in the studio, designed to suit all kinds of age ranges and situations. We have sofas for larger groups, a very versatile armchair that suits pretty much anything from babies to septuagenarians, a footstool that is the perfect height for little ones who have just learned to pull themselves up and cruise around, the list goes on. But sometimes, the best prop is mum or dad. So here pictured is by far the most beautiful and glamorous prop that I have had in the studio for a good long while.
This family first came to visit us as part of the Joey Club free baby photography scheme when he was just a few days new and he's obviously grown quite a bit in the meantime. With the Joey Club, you get three free sessions in the first 12 months with your new arrival which is a great opportunity to capture all the massive and fast paced changes that they go through in their first year. Mums, Dads, brothers and sister are also welcome to join in the session. After each session, you view and order your favourite images from your private online gallery - there's no minimum spend or sales / viewing presentation to attend. You're also invited to select one image from each session to download completely free of charge.
When you have a new baby, they completely take over your time and affection and basically your life but it is incredible how fast some of the smaller details fade from your memory as they grow up. So when you join our free baby photography scheme for the 0 - 12 months (we call it Joey Club), we are sure to focus on capturing all the little details of your little one's journey through their first year as well of
This young man was one of our latest visitors for his second Joey Club session and as you can see, he loved the attention from his mum and dad! He was an absolute star in the studio and we look forward to seeing him around his first birthday for his last session. Joey Club is our free baby photography scheme for the 0 -12 months - it operates a little like the MPA Cherubs scheme that some photographers subscribe to
This little one came to visit us on his final Joey Club visit and he was quite ready for his session - all dressed up and demonstrating his crawling and cruising skills! If you have a little one who has just got mobile, then why not capture the moment in the studio (we had a little lady take her first steps in the studio once and I was like a proud parent to capture it in camera!). They develop
This charming gentleman was all smiles on his recent visit to the studio with his mum and dad as part of his membership of the Joey Club (our free baby photography scheme). I was a little worried at how amusing he found me to look at but have come to the conclusion (on later inspection) that it might well have been my hair as it was particularly bonkers and to be honest, I had a chuckle in the mirror myself
We like dressing up fun in the studio. For this shot we thought we would go a little upmarket and so this gorgeous baby boy is wearing a black velvet bow tie and a very charming smile. What could be better? Parents are welcome to bring along their own props and accessories if they have some items that they would like to include that they feel reflect their family or child's personality or we have a range of accessories
When you have a newborn baby, those first smiles are incredibly precious and no amount of people telling you that it is 'only wind' will make you believe that your baby is not communicating with you. But there is a great deal more that is also wonderful about this new person you have made and I think, if you were to ask me, little baby feet and toes have got to be up there in terms of sheer cute factor.
This little lady paid her second visit to the studio with her mum under the Baby Photography Scheme (our free baby photography club - find out more here), but this time it was a bit of secretive visit as the pictures where going to be part of her Daddy's birthday presents. OK this works best before your little one is able to speak, and go home and say to her Daddy, 'we went to see a funny lady today...' -
With newborn babies, there really is no such thing as them being too small to bring into the studio. In fact there are some stunning images that you it is possible to create in their first two weeks of life that you will never get the chance to do again as they grow and develop. There are a few reasons for this but the two main ones are 1. They are still really sleepy - as long as they have
Well honestly, if this little chap's smile doesn't melt your heart a little then I don't know what will. He was good as gold when he came with his mum, dad and brothers and sisters for his second Joey Club session - a real pleasure to deal with despite the fact that he'd been quite poorly the week before. We had lots of fun playing with everyone in the family (the fluffy cushion proved particularly fascinating!) and I was really