The ads are up for the new Wee Chic Fall/Winter campaign and it is time to vote for your favorite one! Follow this link to Baltimore Style Magazine and make your pick. Thanks to all the models and their families for doing such a wonderful job at our photo shoot and to Bridget the owner of Wee Chic for her great ideas and amazing taste and styling. Have Fun!
Archive for the ‘Portrait Sessions’ Category
I am always looking for new and different ways to photograph newborns, I think they have a wonderful quality to look like the main focus of a Dutch still life painting and I like to exploit that idea whenever I have the chance. Sometime I use items that parents bring with them to our sessions like musical instruments, special books or sports equipment, other time like this one I have a wonderful and willing model in baby L and her parents and can go a little out of the box. The amazing Susan from Added Touch Celebration helped me get the butterflies in time since we did not know when exactly to expect baby L and after the shoot we set them free here at the studio. Below is a little sample from our session and I have to say the best and most unexpected part were all the smiles as the butterflies tickled L like crazy!
A little bit of all the fun with our chicks and thanks to everyone for participating! Please check back later for updates on the chicks, who now live at Kayam organic learning farm in Reisterstown. I will be sharing some pictures of them as they grow up and and news on how they are doing.
The winter has been all about babies this year and with the snow outside there is nothing like a warm sleeping baby to help with the cabin fever. This cute guy was was an amazing snoozer, he came in, settled down and two hours later we were done and he woke up. I had a great time with baby L and his parents and I think from the session images, he did too. Click on any of them to see the full shot and enjoy!
I sat down a couple of months ago with Bridget of Wee Chic baby boutique in Green Spring Station to talk about new ideas for the spring. Bridget and I share a love of fresh, fun aesthetics and children who are happy and comfortable and this has led to great mini sessions at her store. We decide that for our next set of mini sessions on March 6th we wanted to do something different. I am always ready for some fun by this time in the winter so I decided to bring my own spring and get a dozen real live chicks! We are going to have a great time and if you are interested in a session spot, please contact the lovely staff at www.weechic.com or 410-878-7400. Check out the blogs of some of our other sessions, sessions are free along with an 8×10 print credit and last about 20 min. We hope you will come join us and these cuties!
I though it could not get any cuter than tiny twin feet, but along comes their cousin baby A and now there are three! Here are some shots from my recent session with the twins and the one we did a few weeks later when A arrived. I had to put in all the smiles, because it is not often that week old babies give me these kinds of smiles, but if I was a part of this family I would too.
These cute feet belong to twins M&H who had a wonderful time at our session snoozing together. As if it could get any cuter these two got a cousin a few weeks later. I had a wonderful time at both sessions, the baby’s moms are twin’s too so it is so fun to see them all together. I will post more of the session soon, but I just love these piggies!
The holiday season has been crazy and wonderful, but I have been a little behind on sharing some of the recent sessions and fun shoots that have been going on. This one could not wait any longer and after a weekend of snow I need a reminder of warmer days. This was the second set of mini sessions that we held at wee chic baby boutique and they may even have been more fun this time! Enjoy the images (click on them for full size view) and check in for the next set of mini session dates in the spring!
This is the second session I have had with this adorable little girl and after the last one went so well there was a lot of pressure to even come close. I really never needed to worry, I don’t think you could take a bad photograph of her, the camera won’t allow it. We had a great time and once she got her groove there was no stopping her! I can’t wait for next year. Click on any of the thumbnails to see the full image.