Why yes, I'm glad you asked. I will send you a product guide after you book your session. You can order gorgeous professional products directly from the online store linked with your gallery. I am happy to schedule an in person consultation as well.
do you offer products?
Newborn: It is never too early to book, but I recommend at least 2-3 months before your due date. For all newborn sessions I make sure to set aside time (+/-2 weeks) around your due date as of course there is no guarantee. Because my newborn sessions are a lot of family interaction and holding the baby, the newborn can be up to 4 weeks old.
Maternity: I recommend at least 30 weeks. It is also a lot of times influenced by how much you are showing. A lot of moms don't want to feel "too pregnant" (then it can be hard to be motivated to get off the couch!)
what's the best time to book a newborn session? What about Maternity?
I'm ready, now How do I book?
Don't worry-this literally happens all the time. I will reinforce with your husband that he gets to just play with his kids. My sessions are usually based on play and most children warm-up pretty fast.
what if my children or husband aren't into it?
Newborn sessions are always in your home. Fresh 48 sessions are within the birthplace, whether that is the hospital, birthing center or home (hopefully not in the car!). Maternity and Family sessions can be done indoors (within your home) or outdoors.
where do sessions take place?
Candid and in-the-moment. Small details and emotive (joy, love, protection are some of my favorites). I won't be focusing on "say cheese" portraits, but instead special little moments between you and your loved ones. I love showing relationships and connection within your family. My sessions involve prompts and directing your family but in an interactive way.
You may have noticed I don't have a "book now" button. Please fill out a contact form to inquire. You can expect to hear back from me within 24 hours and we can discuss your session date and time.
what is your style of photography?