Multi Award Winning Newborn Baby Photographers in South Wales
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Mark and Rhianne are award winning newborn baby photographers, whose artwork has been published in TAoPaN Magazine, a magazine run by world renowned celebrity photographer, photographic leader and industry teacher Ana Brandt to inspire professional photographers around the world.
Mark and Rhianne's experience as high-end wedding photographers coupled with a discerning eye for beautiful light and creativity give them an inimitable and unrivalled style of portraiture.
If you would like them to create awe-inspiring images for you and your family, please get in touch.
Their High Street studio is very easily accessible from junctions 27 and 28 of the M4 motorway, with a railway station just a 2 minute walk away.
Hi, I'm Mark, and my wife Rhianne and I are photographers from South Wales.
We specialise in contemporary fine-art newborn & wedding photography, designing exquisite pieces of artwork for clients to love, cherish, and reminisce over for years to come.
As parents ourselves we see how beautiful new life is; how precious the gift of parenthood is; and how the first few days/weeks after your baby is born can pass in a fast, dreamy daze.
Our goal is to combine all of this to celebrate the new chapter in your life by capturing these moments, creating breath-taking images for you to keep and reflect on, remembering the days of when your little one would curl up and snuggle on your chest; a memory that grows ever more precious with each passing year.
We create beautiful images of your baby within the first 14 days of them being born for those wonderfully serene moments that make the most amazing pieces of wall art.
So, if you're expecting a baby and want to remember the days that followed after your life changed forever, your baby's sweet little face and the calmness of their cuddles, and of course if you love what we do, then get in touch using our contact form. We'd love to hear from you!
12 Reason's to Cherish the Newborn Stage
Ok, so I know this isn't photography related, but I read this and just had to share it with all mums-to-be.
A new baby, whether it is your first or 5th, is an incredible time (hence why we want to document it!)
Here's 12 (of many) reasons why you will just love the very new stage of having a baby:
- Their scent. Their heavenly sweet, intoxicating scent on their head that each time you drink it in, you (whether you realise it or not) sends you into a hormonal frenzy. You literally get drunk on it.
- Baby feet. Those wriggly, wrinkly little things will be quite the focal point of your little one and will undoubtedly get showered with kisses and tickles, and, along with their little fingers, will be counted more times than you can imagine.
- Gummy grins. Is it a smile? Is it wind? Who knows! We still swoon at the sight!
- Whey they grip your finger. That mini hug they give you might be a reflex but it still melts your heart.
- Babbling. Within a couple of weeks they'll start to make their funny little sounds. I just love when a little one chomps on their dummy, and it sounds like they're saying "wiggle wiggle wiggle"
- The clothes! You're probably going to be part of one of two schools of thought - either the baby should be in all white/lemon/mint for the first 3 months or you're going colourful from the get go. Either is just adorable!
- Skin to skin. Just like you'll love their scent, they'll love yours. A baby knows its mother from her scent and her voice. There is little in this world more soothing for both you and baby than having skin to skin contact, feeling each others heartbeat.
- When baby is 'milk-drunk'. That drunken stupor they go into when they've got a clean bum and a full tum... more swoon!
- Watching them sleep. Because you will, even when you should be asleep too. Watching their chest rise and fall with each little breath is mesmerising.
- Baby-wearing. A lot of mums try this, where they carry baby next to them in a sling. Even if you don't 'baby-wear' per se, you'll at the very least find yourself carrying baby next to you when you're out and when they just cwtch up on you and just stay there while you run errands only lasts for a few weeks before they're either too heavy or too alert.
- Baby poo. Trust me, when the solid food starts, you'll understand why.
- Baby snuggles. Because one day they won't fit in the crook of your arm or neatly on your chest. And believe me, you'll miss when they did!