Your family is your world. This season of growing your baby and waiting to meet them is such a joy, and there's nothing better than experiencing that joy every time you walk into your living room. This is why all my clients leave with high-quality heirloom artwork - so they can hang their favourite images around their home and relive their favourite moments every day.
Yes I do! Traditional payments are a 50% initial payment to hold your spot on my calendar, and the remainder due 24 hours prior to our session. But, if it's easier for you, I can split payments in three or four equal parts. Just let me know what you prefer, and we can make it work!
I would absolutely love to capture multiple seasons of life for your family! I offer both Bump to Baby and Baby's First year packages so you can capture every step of this life-changing season!
I absolutely do! In fact, all my packages include a pre-session consultation to chat about styling and wardrobe, as well as access to my client closet! During this consultation, we can pick a dress for you to wear and I'll help you find inspiration for every one else in the family so you don't have to stress about what every one will wear!
I do! Your photos are like personalized art. Their purpose is to bee seen, enjoyed, passed down and reminisced over. My packages are designed to ensure you leave your session with something to display, and something to hand down to your kids, so one day they can show their children and tell them all about your amazing memories. You can also always add additional artwork, cards, gift books and digital images to your package as well!
Travelling is my first love, and I'm thrilled to do it for your session! Whether it's the Island, the Okanagan, or even further afield, I want to be there to capture your day. However, for locations more than 2 hours outside Vancouver there will be a travel and lodging fee if applicable.
Babies are fragile, and I totally understand that you might be concerned about your child's safety. Because my style is unposed, I don't wrap or pose baby in any way that might be dangerous to them. In fact, during our sessions, I may give you a hand with a nice tight swaddle, but generally I touch baby as little as possible. I let you and your partner snuggle your little one, ask you to lay them on the bed or in the position I'm looking for. I also never enter a home if I'm unwell. Your little ones immune system is still developing, and it's better to delay our session than risk passing along a cold.
Back in May, The Provincial Health Officer gave the go ahead for photographers and other professionals to enter their clients homes. At this point, our restrictions are for social gatherings and businesses, even those that go into their clients' homes, are allowed to operate. Of course, it's my first priority that you, your family, and particularly your baby, stay healthy. Because of this, all sessions are postponed if either you, someone in your family, I or someone in my family shows any signs of sickness. On top of this, I'm taking extra precautions to make sure you and your family are safe. I wash my hands upon entering all my clients homes; I wear a mask to all my in-home sessions; I wash all swaddles and newborn outfits in my clients closet prior to and after each new session should you choose to use these; I do not touch baby unless I absolutely must, but ask you or your partner to swaddle and place baby. If you still aren't sure you're comfortable with an in-home session during this pandemic, I do offer outdoor lifestyle newborn sessions as well!