Sweet little Emma was 13 days new when she came to my studio for her newborn photoshoot. Mom and dad asked me to try a froggy pose with her. Luckily, she was very sleepy and dad helped all the time to get this beautiful image. I'm very happy with the final result.
Newborn sessions don’t always go as planned. This was Amara's second time visiting me in her 1st couple weeks in this world. I’m so glad we were able to capture this cute image and can you believe this was my first composite? All I can say is Adorable, Welcome Baby Amara!!!
Aymara is a female name of Quechua origin and is the name of the people and the language of the southern Andes , also they say it is creative and emanating love. When we met Aymara feel she transmitia all this and was, without doubt, an inspiration to arm their decision , colors , flowers , gestures . She has a special light that makes it the only star of this picture . Thanks to his parents , Lean and Flower.
Hazel is the daughter of a good friend so I wanted to make sure to capture an image that she would love. It was Spring and I had ordered this bunny bonnet specifically for Hazel's session and I could not wait to use it. When I put it on her, it was perfect! She was just adorable and the session was a dream.
This lady is so gorgeous! She is half South-American and half Dutch and she has the best hair ever! At the time of the Newborn Shoot she was already 1 month old, but she slept the entire shoot. She looks absolutely stunning in purple, with her little bear-friend.
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This photo was taken using my inspirations, my daughters. Although I've always had a passion for art and photography, they are what inspires me everyday. This photo is one of my favorites; It's the simplicity of it that I like the most. This photo was actually taken in my backyard. Sometimes the best pictures are the most natural ones.
This little princess Mila refused to eat the cake with her hands, instead she was happy to smash the cake with her legs. After 10 minutes of effectless persuasions to eat with hands, we gave her a tiny cup to see what she will do with it. And obviously, she decided to use the cup as her spoon. True princess...