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Category Archives: Portrait

12 years and counting {Auckland pregnancy, newborn baby, and family photography}

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of photographing this awesome family.  Mom and Dad have just celebrated their 12th anniversary (we tried to shoot on their actual day but the weather had other ideas), their little man just turned 3, and they wanted some family photos to capture how they where right now. […]

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A weekend of creativity {Auckland newborn, maternity, & family photographer}

This past long weekend I was lucky enough to be a part of a creative collaboration that took place in Raglan.  We had models, a makeup artist, costumes, props, an amazing batch hook-up, late night curry and of course wine!  The whole reason the trip was first arranged was that a few awesome photographers and […]

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Spring special! {Auckland maternity, newborn, and family photographer. Palmerston North & Christchurch}

Early bird gets the worm, and in this case the worm is a $200 credit to use towards your product selection!  Contact me today to book your custom spring session!

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My first award!! {Auckland maternity photography, newborn photography, family photographer & Christchurch & Palmerston North photographer}

It’s a bronze for me!!  I’m super excited to have been awarded at this years prestigious New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography 2013 Iris Awards!  The caliber of work presented was utterly amazing, and I’m still in a bit of shock that I get to be included.  I can only begin to describe the process and the […]

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Megan & Brent’s family session {maternity, newborn & family photography in Auckland, Palmerston North, & Christchurch}

A couple weeks back while I was in Palmy shooting, I had the pleasure of meeting Megan, Brent, and their two lovely boys who came out from Wanganui for me .  I was excited and nervous to finally meet Megan who is an awesome child photographer herself – pressure!!  Lol but we had a blast, […]

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