I’ve dreamed of creating a studio space… and here it is!
It was a beautiful day to celebrate the start of a new life together. Autumn showers cleared just in time for a family picnic in the gardens of Fagan Park. Only a handful of guests attended their intimate ceremony but it was also one of the most relaxed and stress-free weddings I’ve ever had the privilege to attend.
The best time to photograph a newborn baby is when they are 6-12 days old, so it is best to contact me early in your pregnancy to make a tentative booking for your estimated due date. Once baby arrives, let me know as soon as possible so that we can arrange a suitable date and time for your session.
You have a choice between a session held in the comfort of my natural light studio or the convenience of your own home, provided it is warm, well-lit and stress-free. You are welcome to call me to discuss your options. If the weather is suitable, an outdoor session can be arranged. Baby – in a basket outdoors – just DIVINE!
Newborn sessions can take 3-4 hours, allowing enough time for feeding and comforting.
Please call me on 0400 792 861 during normal office hours. I would love to hear from you and I’m happy to address any questions you may have. Alternatively, please click on the CONTACT button in the bar above.
I’ve fallen in love with photographing newborns. It takes time and patience to capture babies but it’s so rewarding watching mums and dads fall in love with their little bundles of joy—or tears—and everything in between.
A baby’s first month is the most fleeting of all. And at a time when mums and dads are overwhelmed by the changes brought to their family—while also dealing with a lack of sleep—capturing those first few treasured images is a special honour. I feel so privileged to be involved in the process. What’s not to love!
If you are interested in a newborn session, please contact me in the months prior to your baby’s birth so that we can make a tentative booking around the time of your expected date.
Newborns are best photographed in the first 6-10 days when they are still sleepy and curl up naturally so it pays to plan ahead.