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Meet Baby Alice, just 5 days new. What a delight to be asked to photograph such a fresh little bub, made even more so that I also photographed her older sister when she was born, and her parents wedding! Such a special part of what we do, capturing the important moments in family lives.
Baby Alice had only been home since the previous afternoon so her big sister was still just getting to know about this new entity who has completely changed her world. Even in the short time I was with them you can see how she is learning and all the emotion that goes with having a new sister. So precious to be able to capture this time.
I look forward to seeing them again when they have that wonderful bond of sisterhood all sorted out x
This little squishy bundle is the adorable Samuel at 2 and a half weeks old. He's a little older than we would normally take newborn portraits but he's a delight, very alert when awake listening to me talking and looking straight at me to hear what I have to say.... very unusual! Then enjoying having his big brother and family around him, before Mummy gave him a cuddle and put him to sleep, then he was a very content little man too a delight to photograph.
Thank you T family for inviting me to capture these precious memories, always a priviledge especially as I also capture his big brother's first few weeks too x
Newborn babies are such a precious gift, and being asked to photograph them to capture these memories is so special. They gorgeous lips, smooth skin, little hands and wrinkled feet..... every detail a wonder. Little Miss Jessica is like a little doll, her parents in awe.
We were lucky enough to photograph her parents wedding a few years ago, and were delighted to hear their family was growing and we were being asked to photograph them. Thank you for inviting us to be a part of another important moment in your lives, and allowing up to photograph these memories for you forever. xx
I was lucky enough to know Little Miss Payton's family before she did having caputured some family portraits for them just over a year ago. So I was delighted when they contacted me to say the family was expanding and could I photograph this milestone for them. The focus being of course on the new little bubba but also on her big brother..... 2.5 years old is a tricky age to become a big brother and all that responsbility......
It of course was lots of fun coming into the family home and capturing the essence of this little family. Miss Payton didn't want to sleep as she was busy keeping an eye on me, and wondering what her big brother was up to next. Something I'm sure will continue as she grows. And so we have this moment in time captured for the family to look back on in years to come xx
Zara Turns One…. isn’t she adorable! She just like a doll, and such a smiley happy little girl with all her loving family around her. And what a stunning theming her very clever Mummy created for her first birthday party at Otto Ristorante in Wooloomooloo. The spring florals by @seedflora in a range of pinks and soft pastels looked amazing and also smelled fabulous, plus all the other lovely details.
Thanks Yasmina for inviting me to capture your memories of such a special event!
All props, custom wall, tall flower stands and cake plinths @partyatmosphere
Strawberry Tower @strawberriesandco_
Gold Tiffany Chairs @royaltea_hightea
What a lucky little girl Miss Lucy is with two adoring big sisters to look after her. At just 10 days old she's being well cared for and cuddled. However, she is a classic third child and didn't want to go to sleep as she might miss something! So as always with newborn baby portraits we were patient, and in between feeding and settling I had some fun with her big sisters, how could I resist photographing these gorgeous girls. Plus I chatted to her parents and found out that her Dad and I had actually been to primary school together! Small world.
Thank you for inviting me into your home to capture this special time for you family Claire and Matt, your girls are just beautiful, congratulations!
One of the best parts about being a photographer is being able to capture some of the most important times in peoples lives, and this is definitely something I've done for Penny & Nick. We photographed their wedding day
, newborn baby portraits for their first child
and now more baby portraits for bubba number 2. I also got to catch up with their doting Parents / Grandparents again too.
What a gorgeous little man baby Will is too, he wasn't too sleepy but content to just watch the world going on around him, accepting teddies from his big sister which he even cuddled (very cute) and when he was in a basket his big sister thought she needed to be in one too.
I just love working with this family they have such a beautiful loving connection that reads through the photographs and has done since their wedding day.
Thanks for having me to your home again Penny & Nick, I look forward to the next catch up x
We've been lucky enough to capture memories for this family for a long time, including maternity photographs with their eldest child, her baby portraits and now this little mans baby portraits. The family pets always get included in the portrait sessions as they are very much a part of the family.
So you'll see as the focus of this portrait session was on baby Liam who is 12 weeks old, his big sister and family pets also got very involved in the session.
I was lucky enough to photography Little Miss Josephine's big brother Oscar
when he was a baby almost 3 years ago, so it was lovely to come back to the family home and meet the new addition to the family.
At 11 days old Josphine was very aware of everything around her, and spent a lot of time looking for her big brothers to see what they were up to.... she will definitely be bossing them around soon enough! Particulary her middle brother Oscar who said at least 3 times throughout the morning how much he loved his little sister, and she turned her head to look for hime everyone time he was talking. She is a very lucky little girl to have been born into so much love already.
Thank you Sarah and Wade for inviting me into your home again to capture these memories for you x
Little George was 2 weeks old when it went to his home to take his photograph. Usually we recommend we take newborn style photographs before the baby is 10 days old, however as George's mother is a few old friend of mine we agreed we could be patient (using the time it took to settle him to sleep as a chance to catch up!) and still take sleepy photos of this little cherub.
I got the call from his Mum after they had had friends over with a new good camera they were playing with after Christmas..... and they realised that iPhone photos just weren't doing their little man justice and they really needed some "proper" photos taken of him at this precious stage. Something I recommend to most people..... but I am a little biased as I prefer good quality photos of for my children to look back on.
As you can see we had a lovely morning of cuddles with George, including capturing his little frown he sleeps with, for his Newborn Baby Portrait Session.
Annaleise's Christening Day
I've photographed many events for this extended family over the last few years and just love seeing this large family all together.
We started photographing Annaleise's christening day with some family portraits at the family home before heading off to Our Lady of Lebanon in Harris Park for the ceremony. It was a very hot afternoon and little Annaleise's fell asleep during the ceremony and didn't even wake up with the water was being poured over her head! She is just adorable and loved being handed around to all the family, and she's so photogenic I couldn't get enough of her.
After the ceremony the celebrations continued in Woolwich at Cucinetta's with a wonderful atmosphere and view across the harbour.
Thank you for inviting me again to capture this special time for your family guys x
I just love photographing little ones around this age, Balen is 13 months old and they are just so curious, but the best part about photographing babies and toddlers is capturing all the range of expressions they make as they practice communicating, it's just adorable and Balen was no expection.
When photographing young children, if possible, I recommend we start at their home so they are in a comfortable environment, and then we can venture to a local area. This also give you a range of indoor photographs with flash lighting, and outdoor natural light images. This family are lucky enough to live near Ku-ring-gah National Park so after some fun at their lovely home we headed to the National Park which has lots of beautiful spaces.
Thanks for allowing me to capture a lovely morning with your family Katie and Jarrod x
Baby Nicholas was born early so we decided to wait until his due date to have his newborn baby portraits taken, he did keep an eye on my for a long time and not really want to go to sleep however his alertness was great as he was very focused and strong with his body control. Big sister Rebecca was also very excited and enjoyed keeping an eye on what I was up to, joining in with her own cardboard box camera and being a fabulous big sister looking after her baby brother.
But as they say patience is the key when photographing babies and finally he decided he was tired for some beauitful sleepy baby photos :-)
Little Orla was just adorable, but she did not want to be going to sleep while I was around, she was far to interested in everything and just wanted to keep an eye on me. Luckily her gorgeous parents were very relaxed and happy to go with the flow, so we got some lovely photos of them interacting with their new little angel and also of Orla relaxing. Then finally with a little encouragement some sleep ....
Thank you for inviting me into your home Tina and Aaron, you are wonderful relaxed parents and Orla is going to have lots of fun x
We have been lucky enough to know little Leland's family for a long time. We photographed his parents wedding almost 6 years ago and also took newborn baby portraits of his big brother Bertram 3 years ago. It's so lovely to bein involved in our clients families and see them grow and change.
Thank you Rachel & Rupert for inviting us to 'Capture your precious memories' seeing our work adorning your walls of your home is very special for us. Jen x
Baby William at 10 days old is very alert and knows exactly what he wants..... and thats to be held all cuddly and warm in Mummy & Daddy's arms. He really didn't like me coming in and trying to put him down on his own, then unwarp him! But he was good enough to give me just a few minutes to take these photos, and lots of time in his parents arms taking photos. But I think the last photo about sums up what William thought of the whole experience..... hand over the face saying "No more photos please!" Such a shame because he is just adorable, look at those perfect little lips.... even pouting x
These guys are actually friends of a couple whose wedding we photographed 5 years ago, that couple arranged a gift voucher for a newborn shoot for William's parents, such a great idea to help his parents remember this precious time......