I LOVE babies and baby bumps! Being a Joshua Tree Maternity Photographer allows me to spend time with the cutest babies and the sweetest baby bumps!Read More
As a Joshua Tree Maternity Photographer, I just ADORE those baby bumps. There is something so incredibly special about the bond that has already formed between mother and child before baby is even born.Read More
As a Joshua Tree Maternity Photographer, I am always on the look out for a new, beautiful maternity dress to add to my maternity closet. I love being able to provide this service to my clients because I believe every mother-to-be deserves to feel at her most beautiful during her maternity session. For some moms, it's hard to find the right dress, the perfect dress for their photography session. So I love to have some options for them to choose from. I also choose dresses that I know will photograph beautifully.Read More
I will forever be grateful for photographers who put their trust in me to capture their memories. As a Joshua Tree Maternity Photographer, it's so important for me to a relationship with my clients. I love getting to know them and their story. It helps me bring out the uniqueness that is their connection.Read More
As a Camp Pendleton Maternity Photographer, I always get really excited when I'm booked to photograph a maternity session. I love me some baby bumps and I love seeing a glowing mommy-to-be.
Alexandra did not disappoint! She looked so beautiful in her teal dress. It went so well with the bright ocean light we were getting that day. Tom looked nice and classic in his black t-shirt and jeans, ready to do as I asked to get the shot.
We went to Del Mar Beach on Camp Pendleton, one of my FAVORITE beaches to photograph sessions. The flat sand gives beautiful reflections and the jetty adds a little extra touch to the images.
Alex also happened to bring a black skirt with her so that we could show off her bare baby bump. Thankfully, and smartly, she wore a bathing suit underneath everything, so when I asked her if she was down to sit in the water, she had no problems at all. We both walked away from the session pretty wet, but it was so worth it.
As a Camp Pendleton Maternity Photographer, having my clients trust me and my vision is important. I wouldn't be able to execute the images that I do without that trust.
I was so honored to capture these images for Tom and Alex. I also can't wait to share their Fresh 48 photos with you in the coming weeks!
As a Laguna Beach Maternity Photographer, I adore all things baby. I LOVE belly bumps and I adore the glow of a mother to be. Capturing the bond that has already formed between mother and baby is beautiful.
So often, when women are pregnant, they don't see themselves as beautiful. That's where I come in, and that's where I get to show them that what they are going through, the changes that are happening to their body and their lives, is beautiful. To carry a life inside of you is a beautiful gift from God and it comes with a huge responsibility. It's always a goal of mine to make all women see their beauty.
Bri and Dustin were such a wonderful couple to work with. They were willing to do whatever it took to get the photo. Bri was such a trooper making the tiring trek down to Laguna Beach. It's a lot of stairs for this non-pregnant woman to go up and down, so for her to be as awesome and willing as she was (all while carrying an extra little human in her womb) was incredible.
The love shared between both Bri and Dustin and their son-to-be was so wonderful to see. As a Laguna Beach Maternity Photographer, and as a woman, pregnancy is magical to me. It never ceases to amaze me. The way the female body changes to literally grow another human is fascinating. Bri was just beautiful and Dustin was so sweet with her. We shared some good laughs and it was the perfect overcast day to be at the beach for photos. Call me crazy, but when I'm out at the beach doing a photography session, I pray for some overcast (right up untilbefore the sunsets). I love the drama that a cloudy day can create in an image, and this was no different.