Sometimes the smallest things take the most room in your heart. – A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh Kenzie, what a beautiful little girl you are. It is clear that you have taken up residence in a very large portion of Mum and Dad’s hearts. So much of new parenthood involves repetition; activities like pacing up and down the kitchen or hall or main room to lull a baby to sleep, rocking back and forth in a rocking or gliding chair while feeding and chatting. The beauty of a documentary newborn session is that those early days are captured as they were. When you have a newborn, often those days and weeks are lost to the fog of sleeplessness night and gazing in wonder at your creation. As these sessions are in-home, you don’t need to go anywhere or even worry about if/when they will be asleep. You will have a way to remember their nursery, the place you brought them home from the hospital to which may change due to moving or renovations as they grow up and a beautiful record of their very early life with you when you were discovering each other […]
It is your family, real and unposed. The love, laughs, tantrums and tears. They are relaxed and fun sessions that reflect your unique family. No need to stress about perfect outfits, perfect smiles and perfectly behaved children. My philosophy is that your family perfect just as you are, no matter what that looks or sounds like. We will spend some time together, 2 hours to a whole day, and I will be there with you making images in a photojournalist way that reflect your family and each personality within it. A family documentary session will produce images for your family that will take you back to that day, that time in your lives. Your littles one’s current milestones, your middle child who refuses to take off that costume, the way your biggest kid looks at you when you act silly; the smaller moments that build a childhood.