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St Albans Photographer

I'm a St. Albans family photographer and a St. Albans wedding photographer. 

Relaxed, fun, happy, sometimes a little bit silly, doesn’t-take-itself-too-seriously, movement and laughter filled family and wedding photography.


My newborn and family photography is unique to you and reflects your personality. Cheese-free, natural, fun and beautiful. 


My wedding photography style is happy, bright and light-filled, the perfect (in my opinion!) mix of documentary (I will capture all the moments as they happen) as well as creating beautiful wall-worthy portraits for you.

Portraits that are fun but also (crucially!) very beautiful and art for your walls to get lost in for months, years or decades to come...


I'm Sarah and I'm mum to three little whirlwinds - my son's Theo and Caspar and my daughter Ariana. 

I’m originally from a village outside of Glasgow and now live in St Albans with my husband and children.

The photography that I’m drawn to and create for my clients is authentic, happy, personal, natural, not-too-serious, loosely styled and guided and very beautiful.

Golden hour photoshoots in the St. Albans countryside are my passion.


Spring, summer, autumn and winter, we can create magic and memories all year round.


I also love to join you in your own home.


A place where I can photograph your newborn baby and family. Your cosy, snuggly, happy place. 

My photography style is relaxed, fun and natural... nothing too serious, nothing too posed or cheesy, photoshoots that are lots of fun, (and often a little bit hectic, as always with young children!).


I create beautiful photography for your wall that will instantly transport you to that moment in time as they capture your home or that time you went on an adventure in nature, at sunset, with your family

I'd love to hear from you!

St. Albans Family Photographer | St. Albans Wedding Photographer

St. Albans | London | England

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