Gainsborough photographer has expanded her business and opened a studio

An award winning Gainsborough photographer has opened a new photography studio at Marshalls Yard.

Emma Walker Photography Studio is now open
Emma Walker Photography Studio is now open

Emma Walker has been working from a detached home studio for the past three and a half years but has now outgrown the space and is expanding into a new premises at Marshalls Yard’s Pattern Store.

The new Photography Studio specialises in maternity, newborn, milestone and family portraits as well as pet portraits. There is a wide range of luxurious outfits, backdrops and props available for you to use during your portrait session.

Unique extras are also available to Emma’s clients including styling support and access to an exclusive 'Client Closet' which offers beautiful couture outfit options for ladies in both maternity and non maternity fit, and coordinating dresses for siblings aged two and over.

As well as studio-based photoshoots, Emma also offers exclusive outdoor family portraits at Ellicar Gardens including the very popular ‘Golden Hour’ sessions which are held an hour before sunset when the light creates beautiful jewel toned images.

Photography began as a hobby for Emma, taking photographs of her own children and friends before going professional and working flexibly from her home studio while raising her children.

Emma said: “After working from home for the past few years I’m really excited to be opening a studio right in the heart of Gainsborough and I can’t wait to welcome new and existing clients to my beautiful new space.”

Alison Shipperbottom, centre manager of Marshalls Yard, said: “We are delighted that she has chosen to expand her business with us.”

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