The first year really does go by in the blink of an eye. These sweet squishy newborns grow into walking talking toddlers right before your eyes.
There is just something so intimately special about going to someone's home and photographing a new baby. I wish I could go back 15 years and have had this time documented. The first few weeks after having a baby, time really does stand still....time off work, time getting to know each other, time
"That DIGITAL FILE looks so great on your walls....your family is beautiful...." SAID NO ONE EVER Let me help you get your images off the cloud and proudly displayed in your home! Not sure where to start? Here are 5 ways you can make that happen 1. Canvas Collections Tell a story with a canvas
I have one thing to say...bring your dogs to your sessions....they are family too! ok that was 2, but you get me, right? <3
I really hope to do more of these in the coming year. What a special way to document real life. No worries about making your home perfect, embrace life as it is in this moment....its really ok. Lifestyle newborn sessions are definitely different than in-studio sessions. They are more documentary
smiles ---> tummy timers ---> sitters ---> crawlers ---> walkers --->cake smashers Book a newborn session and automatically become part of Silver Orchid's Little Sprouts Your baby will grow and change so much in the first year, let me document more than just your baby's first
What a perfect name for this little sleeping beauty. She never opened an eye the entire session. Dreamy squishy newborns are my favorite. Such a fun way to document your tiny tiny little love.
Whether your kids are big or small, documenting Christmas is so important to us as parents, and it is a tradition I do not take lightly! I want these photos to capture the innocence that is childhood. Last year I decided (at the last minute) to throw a big Christmas party here in my studio (my
Tiny, little, delicate Ms. Evelyn. This sleepy head hardly opened her eye a wink for her session, but boy did she ever give me smiles. Have I ever told you how much I love my job?