My name is Tracy (bet you didn’t guess that!) and I’m a newborn and family photographer based in Milton Keynes. I am lucky enough to live with the most amazing man, my husband of 20 years Paul and our two amazing kids Abigail 15 and Ollie 14, these three are what make my world go round.

My grandad was the person that first ignited the spark to take photos, and my first camera was a a kodak 110, and the passion just grew as did the cameras.  Since then I have trained with some incredible photographers who specialise in Newborns and families to ensure I am able to work to the highest standard with safely being paramount at all times. I have also wonseveral awards for my Newborn Photography.

As a family we love time exploring new places and having new experiences, and we do that in our caravan, we have the best time as it’s a TV free zone with minimal tech,  but the ultimate for me is relaxing in front of a fire, with a large coffee and a good book THAT can not be beaten.

All my newborn images take place in my dedicated studio where I get to create incredible images, with everything on hand, including a large selection of props, my husband says I have a prop addiction as I am always picking up something new to add into my collection.

The top priority of every session is the safety and comfort of your baby. I am fully trained in safe newborn posing and am fully insured.  I am a  member of the British Association of Newborn Photographers (BANPAS) and hold a Licentiate qualification with the Royal Photographic Society (RPS).

I take great pride in being able to give back to the community through my photography, so volunteer as a photographer for two  amazing charities, the first is called Remember My Baby who offer services to families who lose their babies before, during or shortly after birth. The second is The Butterfly Wishes Network, who grant photographic wishes to children with life limiting conditions.




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