The first few weeks of your sweet baby’s life, it’s amazing, it’s beautiful, it’s challenging, it’s tiring. My aim is to help you document and remember those very early days with your new baby. There is no stage quite like the newborn stage. Because this unique stage often flies by in a blur of sleepless nights, I want to help you to remember. One minute, you are sitting in the hospital looking down at your beautiful new baby as he or she rests comfortably in your arms for the very first time. And in what feels like just the blink of an eye, you’re going to be looking on as your baby learns how to roll over, sit up, crawl, stand, and eventually walk. It all happens so quickly, which is I want to help you document this moment worth celebrating, worth preserving. As time goes on, these photos are a great visual to help you remember the time your baby fit in the palm of your hands.
I focus in lifestyle photography which aims to capture the real, genuine, connection and love within a family through movement and real interaction. From booking to your final images I work to create a stress-free experience. Upon booking you’ll receive preparation guides and resources to help you feel comfortable and confident with your investment.
Newborn Studio Style Photos
Studio Set Rentals include sets and backdrops for those classic solo “baby in a basket” type newborn portraits. These photos are only of the baby.
This add-on brings an in-home newborn photography studio right to you, capturing beautiful portraits of your baby in the safety and comfort of your home. Don’t leave the house with your new baby – I will bring a newborn backdrop stand, lighting, and props to you!
These are add-ons to a lifestyle newborn session although you can control how time is divided up and prioritized. I always encourage parents to get at least one portrait of themselves with their brand new baby. These portraits don’t need to see the light of day today, but in the future, you will very likely be glad you have them. Above all, I know your baby will be glad to have them as he or she grows into an adult and has kids of their own.