Let me capture all the tiny features for you, so you won't forget!

From the moment you find out that you're pregnant to when they walk out the door for their first day of college. You'll never forget the feeling when you first held your baby. Flaky baby toes, wisps of hair, cutest back rolls you want to touch - memories you want to look back on now and forever.


What is the best time for a Newborn session?

The best time for a Newborn session is within the first 14 days of the baby’s life. However, I can still photograph babies over 14 days.

Where does the Newborn Session take place?

Most moms want to stay at home, so the newborn session takes place on client’s location, in the comfort of your home.

Natural light or Studio light?

Natural light. For the Newborn photo session I need natural light and at least 5×5 feet of open floor space next to a glass door. I will still bring light as backup.

What do we need for family photos?

For the Family photos we need a background – solid color wall (5 feet wide), or nice and clean bedroom or livingroom – it will be on the background.

What happens if baby doesn’t cooperate?

No worries, please feed baby fully and change the diaper (I’ll be waiting up to 1 hour). If baby is still cranky – we will reschedule the session (no extra fee).

Do I bring the props?

Yes! I’ll bring swaddles, fur blanket, baby outfits, hats, headbands, baby posing bag. During the session we will use a few different baby swaddles (I’ll bring a few colors). I’ll bring the basket, a few newborn outfits, hats, and headbands.

Some parents willing to buy their own props. Can we use it?

Yes, when you have something cute, adorable, or handmade for our session I would be glad to capture it:
– Teddy bear (or any toy about 20 inches long)
– baseball gloves and ball
– handmade blanket.
Please don’t ask me to use oversized props, the primary focus of the picture has to be your baby!

How to prepare for the session?

– keep the baby awake 1-2 hours before the session (for baby over 3 weeks old)
– feed the baby fully
– leave on the baby just a diaper, and swaddle the baby in a blanket
– if nursing, no caffeine
Please prepare wipes, a warm blanket, a hair brush, and a pacifier (if you use it)

Have more questions?

Please reach out with any additional questions you may have.