A collection of images from Jaxon’s newborn session. It is not until you have a baby that you realise how precious life can be and how much joy a little person can bring to the ordinary every day. Couldn’t you just endlessly stare at them? Like, all day? Read More
When I walk into someone’s home I never quite know what to expect but one thing is guaranteed – the love of new parents for their newborn. That is what I’m trying to capture. Together with some beautiful smiles, I’m trying to capture those other quirky faces – the ones you see all the time. And the natural things you do with your baby; cuddling in your rocking chair, your bed, the lounge, changing nappies, feeding and gazing into those eyes. Read More
“Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” ~ Dr Seuss
This is why, when I walk into a home for a newborn lifestyle session, I stay for a while. I want to capture those moments that we see every day. I want to bring back those feelings that you felt when you held them, fed them, changed nappies, woke in the mornings; those moments you experience everyday. You will value those photographs more than any other. Read More
When Elisa asked me to photograph her wedding earlier this year, I was so thrilled. It was such a beautiful, intimate occasion. You can see some of their images here. So when she asked me to photograph her gorgeous little daughter, I couldn’t have been happier to capture some more precious moments. Read More
I never knew how much love my heart could hold until I had my first born. And then there was another and I was again taken with my new baby, and then again and again. Every time. For hours I would stare at their tiny faces, completely consumed by love. Yes, there were times where I felt overwhelmingly tired, where I was exhausted too, but there is something about being a mother that makes it all ok. Taking care of a baby is the most important thing you can do.
This is a beautiful family with 3 boys; each one of them with their own gorgeous little personalities and very lucky to be surrounded by love.
Congratulations Renae & Michael on the birth of little Will. He’s just wonderful! x
Little Eloise is a beautiful gift. Her parents are so obviously in love & relishing parenthood. I could see them getting lost in her baby stare. I remember whiling the hours away just looking at my new baby. So tiny. So precious; not quite believing that they were mine.
It was such a pleasure getting to know little Eloise & chatting with her mum & dad about life with a new baby. While I was there the community nurse took her measurements. In two weeks this little doll has grown so much. They’ve definitely got the hang of it these two. A beautiful little gift for two very lovely people.
Archer is almost 8 weeks old. He’s had a rough start & very lucky to be here. He spent the first week of his life in the ICU with pneumonia. I cannot imagine how scary that is for a any parent.
While he’s much better & back home with mum, dad & his big sister, they’re still keeping a watchful eye over him. And Archer seems quite happy about that. I visited him & his mum this week & took some photographs of his very wise & worldly face. He looks old beyond his 8 weeks. Loved.
A beautiful new addition to this family. Now there are two little people in this house. The first of the two is particularly energetic & is definitely keeping mum on her toes. He’s a bouncing ball jumping from one place to the next. That’s what I love about watching little kids. They have so much joy. So much curiosity. It’s a good thing. But for a new mum it can also be exhausting. So while I was in this loving home just a while, it brought back wonderful memories of my own time with my two girls who were 19 months apart. All the sleepless nights, nappy changes & one very energetic toddler – but I wouldn’t change a thing. And I’m sure this little family wouldn’t either.Thank you so much for inviting me into your home to share in the joy of your little people.