I can take beautiful family photos, not just of your gorgeous, wild, silly, nutty children, or of your partner throwing them up in the air and playing and having fun, but of you as well! Of you and your world, and everything that that is – from family photos to branding photos, those delicious newborn moments to the terrifying exhilaration of starting a new business venture.
Today I’m finally publishing my very first blog! If you’re following me on Instagram you would have seen that back in May I said I would blog this session “real soon!”. Well as you know 2020 has been a year of changes, challenges and living in constant uncertainty. So I had a little pause but with things looking positive in Sydney lately, I decided to finally jump back on board and share some of my recent work.
Natalie contacted me back in January this year to book in a newborn session. Back then we were hearing reports of a virus spreading through the globe but it hadn’t hit Australia hard just yet. Fast forward just a few weeks and I was emailing Natalie with a heavy heart letting her know that unfortunately I’d have to postpone her newborn session. We both left feeling disappointed, with Natalie nervous that perhaps she will not be able to have her newborn photographed.
Fortunately restrictions were eased just in time and our leaders encouraged us to return to work as safely as we could. I’m so lucky I was able to capture magical moments with this beautiful family and their precious newborn Sage.
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I acknowledge the Darug people who are Traditional Owners of the land where I work and live and pay my respects to Elders past and present. I celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.
ALWAYS WAS, ALWAYS WILL BE ABORIGINAL LAND