There’s no time more special… Let us capture that special glow you’ve got when you’re about to have a little one. Whether you want to shoot something in your house or outside for a different setting, we’ll help you capture that incredible beauty that only a pregnant mommy has.
And when your little bundle of joy arrives, we can help you capture the memory with an infant portrait session. I know from experience, because we were so wrapped up in the newness of it all that we never took quality photos – it’s not something you want to miss. We’ll come to your house, so you and baby are comfortable, and we’ll stay as long as it takes to get the amazing shots you want.
Check out some of the examples we have below. If you have any questions, please let me know!
I absolutely adore this family. Back at the end of 2011, I shot photos of little Gracelynn when she was only 3 months old. Then I got to shoot both engagement photos and wedding pictures for her mommy and daddy. Brett went into the Army shortly after they were married, and now they’re stationed in Georgia – but they’re still calling me to take photos! Back in May, Kaylee wanted to send him some photos, so we headed out and shot some family pictures at the Arboretum.
Now they’re expecting another baby! Kaylee was back in Dallas visiting her family, and she called me up to see if we could shoot some maternity photos. We met up at Babe’s Chicken in Frisco and shot some great pictures (even though little Gracie wasn’t too happy about the whole thing.) I can’t wait for them to have their little boy and come back so we can do a session with the whole family!
Almost a year ago, I got to shoot photos of this cute little dude when he was only 5 days old (you can see them here). Just like the first time, he was super grumpy and not ready to strut his stuff as a baby model. He’d been sick all week and just wasn’t in the mood… Even still, we were able to get a few cute shots of him. A few weeks later, I headed over to his house and took pictures at his first birthday party, and we got a few more great shots.
Just a month ago, I was shooting maternity shots at White Rock Lake of this cute little girl’s mommy and daddy – and now she’s here! This time I drove up north and set up my portable studio so we could get some cute shots without disturbing the lil’ bundle of joy. She was only just a few days old and a super small 5 pounds when we shot these photos!
Alissa gave me a call almost as soon as she got pregnant – she was SO excited to be able to shoot maternity pictures. She lives in Dennison, but she wanted to come down to Dallas to shoot her photos. We headed to White Rock Lake and got some great shots on a pier and at one of the awesome parks. We finished up with some studio shots on a white background, and we ended up with some awesome photos.
I’m a little partial to this munchkin… ’cause he’s mine! Max is a complete firecracker – he definitely fits his red hair. Almost every time we go out, someone asks us if he’s the baby from the Captial one commercial with Jimmy Fallon. Unfortunately for his college fund, he’s not… but we still think he’s incredibly photogenic. Other people are always amazed at how well he poses for pictures, but considering the fact that he’s grown up with Daddy’s camera in his face, it’s not really surprising. We shot these right in our living room with our portable setup – we can bring strobes and the background to your house so we can shoot you or your kiddos in the comfort of your own home.
I shot infant photos of this little guy back in February when he was only 5 days old. His mommy wanted to do something special for Father’s Day, so when Mommy and Daddy were out of town, Grandma brought little Hudson over so we could take these pictures. We had him hang on to the letters that his mom bought, and then she took these three and put them into a frame that held all three. Daddy loved it, and you can see why – this kiddo is seriously cute.
I always love shooting followup pictures so we can see how a family has grown… Last October, I shot maternity photos for the Baughers at one of my favorite parks in Highland Park. About a month later, I took pictures of little Isaac when he was just a few days old. His parents called us up and wanted to shoot some family photos, so we went back to the same spot where we shot their maternity pics. Isaac has become a total ham and was really fun to shoot – you can see for yourself below:
If you’ve been following our blog posts, you’ve seen several pictures of this family before. We shot infant portraits of little Gracie when she was just 3 months old, then another round a few months later. We also shot engagement pictures of her mommy and daddy, and we shot their wedding photos just over a month ago. Just after they got back from their honeymoon, daddy went into basic training for the Army. Mommy wanted to send him some pictures of his girls while he was there, so we met up at the Dallas Arboretum and spent a few hours shooting some pictures.
Molly’s mommy and daddy booked me for a maternity shoot and infant photos, so I already had a chance to get to know them when we shot their maternity portraits. For the pics of little Molly, I drove out to their house in Frisco and set up on their nice covered back patio. If you’ve followed me at all, you know that I adore natural light, and will always use it if the option is there. It was already starting to get hot, and once we added in the heater to keep little Molly warm, it was a pretty toasty shoot. She was a little doll though, and we got some great shots.
This cute little kiddo just happens to be my nephew. We shot these pictures the weekend that we were supposed to shoot maternity photos of his mommy, but he decided to come early. He was just 5 days old and just over 5 pounds when we took these pictures. He was an absolute dream to work with. He slept the entire time and let us pose him however we wanted to pose him. We shot these by a huge window, so every shot is 100% natural light. The shots speak for themselves, and you’ll especially like the first one if you’re a Harry Potter fan…
Stephanie booked us for both maternity pics and newborn photos. It was a blast getting to know this awesome couple, and we ended up with some really fun shots. They laughed a lot – check out the photo by the train where they’re both cracking up. I love moments like these because you just can’t fake a good belly laugh.
Little Ashlynn was soon to arrive, so the Hopmanns wanted some cool maternity shots to help celebrate. We headed down to a few of my favorite Dallas parks and snapped some really great shots. Their son was a natural and hammed it up for every shot that he was in. We laughed a lot, which you can probably tell from the atmosphere in most of the photos.
This little munchkin was a total cutie. His parents wanted some baby shots done at their house, and they turned out great. They have a back room with a huge skylight, so we were able to use the great natural light to get some cool shots. I’m a big fan of natural light – the images have such a unique quality that you just can’t get with studio lights or strobes…
I was lucky enough to shoot this cute little nugget when he was just 5 days old. He was about 5 1/2 pounds and super cute, but I don’t think he was ready for the tough world of modeling yet. We got some great shots, but he was a little Grumplestiltskin and refused to nap or stay still. While it was super cute, it made for a difficult shoot… but we were up to the challenge! With some extra time and some mommy snuggles, we were able to keep calming him down and get some really amazing shots.
Gracie’s mommy was so happy with her 3 month pics that she called us back a few months later for 6 month pictures. Mommy and Daddy were also newly engaged, so we took a trip down to Deep Ellum and took baby shots and engagement pics in one fell swoop! Little Gracie had tons of personality already and really hammed it up for the camera, and we got some great engagement photos of Mom and Dad too.