What a privilege to photograph a three-day-old baby! Believe it or not, we spent only 30 minutes together, taking breaks for baby to feed and nap. And during our time together I was also able to get some nice (and funny) moments with big brother. I always provide both a colour + a black and white version of each image so families have flexibility when it comes to printing. Are you expecting a new addition to your family? Find out more about my Victoria BC newborn portrait collections and how it all works.
Looking for a more candid style? My photographic style focuses on the love you have for your new baby and each other. I’ll give you easy-to-follow directions so you look great but we won’t do any stiff and formal posing.
Where to have your session? Most people choose to have newborn sessions in their home where you’re creating memories (your backyard is also a great option).
Worried about how you’ll look? Your images will be retouched in a natural way so you look awesome. Some new moms also opt to book a stylist who will come to their homes to do hair and makeup (I can give you a list of recommendations).
What about the state of your house? I’ve got your back. I often photograph newborn sessions in one small area of your home and I have a knack for ensuring you can’t see any other part of the room. If there are diapers in the corner, no sweat! Leave them there. If I see something in the background we can always move it out of the way.
What if baby is fussing or needs a bit more time? Whether you’ve booked a 15-minute or 30-minute session, I’m happy to pause while your baby feeds, naps or changes. I always buffer extra time around each session for this very reason.
Flexible on dates. Get in touch to let me know when you are expecting and I’ll ensure I’m around and available a few weeks around that period of time. Once your baby is born we can then officially schedule a time and date that works for you.
Health & Safety First – I am very careful when it comes to health and safety, ensuring I stay at distance, wear a mask and continuously santitize my hands.