Photography

Itty bitty baby-kini

Aviana was beautiful, sun-kissed baby who had the innate ability to always follow me with her eyes – which would make any photographer’s job easier. She was joyful and giggly thanks to her dad entertaining her with toys behind me.

One of the best part of that day was when her mom pulled out this tiny little thingamajig that turned out to be an itty bitty tiny baby bikini. I was in love!… and I couldn’t wait to see her in it. And I was not disappointed. She was ultra cute, baby doll-like… you can see so for yourself. Enjoy!

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Cheeky Boy

Shyon is a shy but smart little boy who I was excited to photograph. His exotic looks (thanks to his Jamaican/Persian ethnicity), pinch-able cheeks and mischievousness all contributed to why children are fun to shoot. Normally most people warm up and relax more throughout the photoshoot and end up having the better and more natural photos towards the end of a shoot as opposed to the beginning.

However, with this little guy, what started out as the test shots in his home clothes, turned out to be the genuine moments. He was in his element, playful, curious as to why this lady was here in his home with all the fancy equipments, setting up strange lights and carrying one too many white umbrellas… when it wasn’t raining.

While his curiousity was piqued – I was able to capture these beautiful moments way before he was even changed into his fancier clothes. This goes to prove, that you cannot predict your child’s behaviour, rather you have to let them be comfortable as they are.

With a head full of curls and a shy genuine smile – what’s not to love? 🙂

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Little Baby J


On a sunny afternoon and in a spacious room, I setup to photograph Baby Jack in his home. This was the best room to work in as it was warm enough for the baby without his clothes, flooded with sunshine thanks to large windows and plenty of play space. Baby Jack woke up a few minutes after I setup, just in time for the shoot, and he looked adorable lying on the soft throw…

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