Category Archives: family portraits

Cleo 4 Months – Wellington Baby Photography

We loved photographing at home Cleo this month for her 4 month milestone shoot.    

Newborn Baby Indie

This sleeping beauty joined us for her newborn family portrait session in the studio just a few short weeks ago. We believe that newborns should be photographed simply and naturally without

I can feed myself – Spaghetti Smash!

This little sweetie was the first Spaghetti Smasher to test out our new studio highchair in this super cute Messy Milestone shoot – all of our Messy Milestone Minis start with super cute and

Noah’s little brother | Wellington photographers

One of the most rewarding parts of being a family photographer is when clients from a year or more ago get in touch to tell me their gorgeous baby now has a sibling and more portraits are required! I

Apple of my eye | Wellington Wairarapa Maternity Photographers

Beautiful Alice is expecting her second bundle – neither boy nor girl: a surprise – this week or next. We met last month at JRs Orchard in Greytown for her maternity portraits. I came up from

Riahn | Tween Portraits

I kinda love the idea of photographing kids – young girls especially – just before they hit their teens, in that brief period where they are still wild and full of confidence, and haven’t discovered

Trelise + Chiquita | Tween Portraits

When I first moved into my studio, I never really envisioned using the wood wall, nor the studio lighting – we are lucky to have such an abundance of natural light. I decided to have a little play

Baby Billie | Sitting Pretty 6-10 Month Baby Portrait Sessions

A perfectly pure, white on white, adorabubble baby shoot is pretty much my favourite thing ever. Nothing but bubba, all giggling all wiggling big-eyed babyness. Little Billie Willow is 9 months old,

Scott | Wellington Newborn Photographer

Baby Scott was the second little candidate in my new studio, another little pro, slept soundly (just like his daddy on my couch, hehe) and curled up beautifully. His only discretion was a rather