I'm Sarah, Mum of two little cheeky chops, and two fur babies.
I've carried a camera with me for as long as I can remember. In fact, I don't really remember a time, not having a camera with me and not taking photos.
I also collect cameras, from my Grandad's Yashica camera, and my vintage Coronet Rapide, to even having an original and vintage Polaroid camera.
I studied Photography and TV production at University, going first into TV Production working on well-known shows such as The X factor, as well as several Documentaries, and keeping my photography as a hobby on the side.
New Mumma Photography was born, several years ago now, shortly after having my first-born. I saw that there was a gap in the market. Something that no other local photographer was doing, and that was capturing babies and children naturally.
You may recognise this sort of photography from public figures such as The Royal Family who have consistently used this more documentary style of photography for many years. It is the "No Studio, No Props, and No forced Poses", style of photography which doesn't put babies in baskets, with flower crowns, or smothered in cake.
It's natural, accurate, and documented imagery. And above all, it's authentic.
So this is what I specialise in; documentary photography, lifestyle photography, candid photography... There are many names for this type of image. I capture babies, children, and families, in the moment. That fleeting moment, which may only last a split second, but where most people are too busy to take it all in, or simply forget to take a picture.
That moment which is unstaged and unscripted.