Tag Archives: hospital birth photographer

Southern Oregon Newborn Photographer | Charlee’s Fresh 48 Hospital Session

These Fresh 48 sessions, are one of my all time favorite kinds of session to capture. Ya’ll KNOW how much I love a sweet baby, beautifully and meticulously posed in a barrage of adorable props, blankets, wraps, baskets, bowls, etc. But I have to say, I love these fresh 48 hospital newborn sessions just as […]

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Jordan Family 2013 | Southern Oregon professional family portrait photographer

It is the busiest time of year for me, so I am working hard at catching up previews and getting a grip on galleries…..but I am bound and determined to keep chugging away and not let previews slide. So this wonderful family is up today 🙂 I can not say enough positive things about this […]

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Spoiled N Sweet baby Genevieve | Southern Oregon professional newborn portrait photographer

I am behind on previews right now, and working super hard to get caught up….but I have been DYING to get this one up for my sweet friend, Jennifer. Jennifer is the owner/creator at Spoiled N Sweet Bowtique, who I work VERY close with in this newborn business. She makes the most incredible headbands, and I have been […]

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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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A family affair | Southern Oregon professional family portrait photographer

I had the BEST time at this family session. We photographed the twins as newborns and have had the privilege of slowly meeting everyone in the family and photographing the rest of them as well. The fact of the matter is, it is not easy to do extended family sessions. Its just he nature of the […]

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