Category Archives: Maternity

A growing family | Southern Oregon Family Photographer

I’m on a roll catching up the blog from Fall sessions! Yay! This was another one that was such a joy for me. We photographed baby sis in Momma’s belly a year before, and it is bonkers to think that here she was, 1 year old, and going to be a big sister herself soon […]

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Burchfiel family maternity session | Southern Oregon professional portrait photographer

This sweet couple and their adorable pup came all the way up from San Francisco for portraits with me. They booked quite a ways in advance (hallelujah, makes things SO much easier on me!) and in the meantime they sprouted a baby bump! So I was thrilled to take their family session and put a […]

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Awaiting baby #2 | Southern Oregon Professional Maternity Photographer Portrait Studio

I absolutely LOVE when my expecting Mommas give me free reign on their maternity sessions. T was really wanting both outdoor and studio (sexier) maternity images, and we had a blast doing it all. She is one of the lucky ones, who truly make pregnancy look sexy. I think our visions of what pregnancy is, […]

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Russell Family Maternity, round two! | Southern Oregon professional maternity portrait photographer

I’m so excited to share this preview. I absolutely love these clients, and we go back a ways. I photographed their first maternity session when their sweet little Liam was on his way, and then documented their family and Liam growing throughout his first year. Now here we are, photographing the second maternity session as […]

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Expecting baby number 1 | Southern Oregon Professional Maternity Photographer

I met this wonderful couple recently for their maternity session, and we had such a great time together. They are expecting their first child, and despite being one of those that experience a sick and nauseas pregnancy (like me!)….this Mommy sure looks glowing and gorgeous! It was great meeting you guys, and I cant wait […]

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