Monthly Archives: June 2012

Parker is back at 7 Months | Langley Baby Photographer

It’s hard to believe that it has been 7 months already since I first met little Parker!  She was here in November for her Newborn Session! What I love about capturing this age is the interaction with Mom and Dad!  Parker gave us some smiles for her portraits, but was really much more interested in […]

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What would we do without our Dads | Happy Father’s Day

There isn’t just one day of the year that I sit and think about how lucky I am to have such a fantastic man as the father of my precious boys.   Perhaps this is what makes photography so special to me – it makes you stop and look at all of the little things, […]

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Meet Baby Alexis | Surrey Newborn Photographer

What a little angel! At only 5 days old this little love was fantastic!  She slept for an entire hour without so much as a peep!    From position to position she just let us do anything we wanted!  Ahhhhh I love those sessions and need little Alexis to teach other newborns how easy it […]

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Family fun at Sunset | Surrey Family + Maternity Photographer

I know that sunset sessions do not work for everyone’s schedules, but I sooooo so love when they do! I was back at my new favourite spot (my guess is you’ll see more of this location this summer!!)  Blackie Spit.    It was to celebrate little Miss Emylia turning 2 and of course the excitement […]

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Generations need to be captured together! | Langley Family Photographer

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Last weekend I met up with a fantastic group of people who booked a session with me to capture their families.    Of course I feel any family session is important, but these ones just mean that much more. When you include your parents, siblings, your children and get everyone together – there is something […]

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