$200   1-hour session will include an online gallery with a minimum of 25 fully edited images. 

$250  1.5-2 hour / 2 locations or outfit changes will include an online gallery with a minimum of 35 fully edited images.



$250  For this type of session I do not put a time limit because little babies can be quite unpredictable and let's face it, they are in charge! So if a feeding is needed during the session by all means you feed that baby and this also makes for some beautiful moments to remember. In a lifestyle newborn session the entire family is involved and I will capture you all interacting with your new little bundle. I will do some posed newborn shots as well but majority will have a lifestyle feel. 


Session style guide

I recommend wearing something more bold and colorful with a lot of texture
to show off personality. This is an opportunity for your child or yourself to shine! 
For children, I usually recommend bare feet for indoors and boots or shoes
that compliment their outfit for outside. I recommend clothing that has texture, 
such as knitting, embroidery, dark faded denim, buttons, and ruffles. This type
of clothing tends to photograph well and adds a lot of visual interest.


It can be difficult to coordinate colors and not look too matchy. I recommend
picking a few colors, but try not to put them in the same exact clothing. The
more layers, textures and colors, the better. Just pick colors that compliment
each other. I recommend bright or deep colors (jewel tones like mustard yellow, 
deep purple, turquoise, dark pink, etc.) and try to stay away from all white. I do
recommend investing in your child's clothing for the session since it does make
a huge difference in the final product. Search out local or online boutiques for a  
more one of a kind style. 


Choose a style you like and a few colors you like as well. I recommend having
the parents dress fashionable, yet simple and focus more of the funky, unique
style on the kids. If you have 5 people all dressing with a lot of layers and
accessories it can be too much. Dark jeans that have a grit to them is always
a great choice for the parents or especially the husband. If you are going to
wear a print, stay away from small prints and not a lot of visual interest
(think bold!). Continue to think about texture and color. You may think that
certain colors donโ€™t go together, but again think out of the box and have fun!