Newborn family portrait sessions are about as sweet as they get, but when you add in an adorable big brother then the sweetness doubles. Big brother James was a big help during the photo session with newbie Cole, and by big help I really mean he was a big ole ham. He must be following his gorgeous mama’s footsteps who also happens to be a stunning and talented model. Don’t take my word for it, take a look for yourself!
This newborn session is the perfect example of a successful home photo shoot, and it is were I prefer to take newborn photos. Daphne’s nursery wasn’t quite ready, and that was nothing to fret about, because the foyer of this wonderfully restored Wauwatosa bungalow had the most beautiful light and decor. I mean that wallpaper is to die for! Big brother Milo made a brief appearance before nap time beckoned, and hammed it up for the camera, but he most definitely wanted it to be a solo show. With family photos sessions I take on a lifestyle approach, and let the events unfold naturally in front of the lens. Of course I style the location and move arms and legs if needed, but I prefer the real life moments to shine through. Take a peek for yourself.
There is nothing more intimate than being invited into a family’s home to photograph their newest arrival. Welcome baby Weston. He is perfect in every way and Boston Terrier Rufus is delighted to be his big brother. Kristin and Chad have a wonderful vintage farmhouse just outside of Milwaukee, and if I wasn’t there to photograph their newborn you would have caught me capturing the amazing interior design work of the very (and I mean VERY) talented new mom. Their home is as functional as it is stunning – just wait until you see the nursery! Jump right in and take a look for yourself.
The beautifully decorated nursery is so warm, cozy and inviting. This mom has style for miles.