One of my absolute favourite things is going back to photograph past clients! This was my third shoot with this family and it was so good to see the boys and how much they'd grown. I love, love, love in-home shoots!! Master H's bedroom was too cute to go past so we captured the boys cuddling and giggling on the bed. What a beautiful memory for them to have when they get too cool to have a super hero themed bedroom!
What does a newborn photo session with me look like? Well, that depends on you! I shoot most of my newborn sessions in-home. It's how I work best and it keeps my creative mojo going! No two sessions are the same. Although I put my stamp on, and my heart into, all of my sessions, it's the light in your home, your decor, the love I feel the instant I walk in, that gives your images their own unique feel. I draw so much inspiration from each family and I love the challenge of walking in to an unknown location and creating images that reflect you and the love you have for your family. Here is a little sneak peek into what a newborn session with me looks like. Yours will be unique and, well... yours!
This adorable little man completely stole my heart! You'll understand once you've seen the photos. This session was full of kisses and cuddles and one very content, happy little cutie...
It seems like a lifetime ago that we did this shoot. Especially considering Poppy is no longer an only child! She took a little bit to warm up to having the camera following her around. All it took was a drink of Milo and she was one happy little model (Milo ALWAYS makes me happy too!). In the end, the shoot turned out beautifully. I photographed them playing on the bed, making Milo's, twirling and spinning outside and having beautiful cuddles. One of the things I love about lifestyle shoots is that no two shoots are the same and you never know what special moments are going to pop up. I hope that these images bring back many memories of life before two kids (and I hope to create many more memories of life as a family of four). Enjoy!