Montreal area family, newborn baby, pregnancy, maternity photographer. Beautiful photographs for your family. Amazing Service and images that will make you smile!
Family & Newborn Photography in Montreal, QC Canada
What type of photography do you want for your family?
If you’re not into the super posey stuff and you just want amazing images that will truly capture your family right now, read on.
My work is all about capturing more than just smiling faces. It is about having images with personality and emotion. It is about making images today that you will want and treasure tomorrow. That your kids will treasure FOREVER.
It is about capturing a little piece of your family right now. It’s about getting you all together, interacting.
Unlike conventional photography studios, my work all takes place on location – generally your home, but sessions can take place outdoors, or any other location that is meaningful to you. There will be no cheese poses and no awkward smiles. Just your family enjoying TIME together. Because it’s all about the time we get with the ones we love.
Before your session we’ll chat about what you want from these images. You can be as specific or vague as you want. For me, if I could go back, I would want images of the way my baby girl played with my ear every time I fed her, or how she couldn’t sleep without something in her hands, or the way my little boy stretched when he woke up from a nap and the millions of different expressions that could race across his tiny face in a matter of seconds. I would want images of them tiny in my arms so that they could see how much I loved them from the instant I became their mom.
Together, we can create photographs that go beyond imagery, and really tell the story of you, right now.
If this seems like what you are looking for, then get in touch, and let’s chat about the images that will be important to your family.
I’m located in Montreal, QC Canada but I am available for travel. I’d love to hear about what you have in mind!
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“We do not remember days, we remember moments“