Little hands, little feet, sparkling eyes and the perfect child.  That’s what a mother sees when she meets her baby for the first time.  Preserve those precious first moments with a newborn photo session.

Available in studio or on location, we can create a custom experience to suit your needs.

A $100 deposit is required at time of booking.


Love $450
2 hour newborn session
(8) Wallets
(4) 4×6
(2) 5×7
(1) 8×10

Peace $550
2 hour newborn session
USB of all edited high resolution images
(16) Wallets
(8) 4×6
(4) 5×7
(2) 8×10
(1) 11×14
11×14 canvas print

Life $850
2 hour newborn session
USB of all edited high resolution images
(24) Wallets
(12) 4×6
(6) 5×7
(1) 11×14
16×20 canvas print
8×8 coffee table book

Baby Steps  $1,200.00

Baby Steps is a baby plan that is designed to capture your child’s progress from birth to one year.  The plan is simple: you receive 4 sessions over the course of a year: a newborn, 3 months, 6 months, and 1 year.  This includes a USB of all edited high resolution images from every session and a 8×8 coffee table book.  A deposit of $400 (which credits toward your final price) is required, and the coffee table book will be received once the plan is complete.

Additional Products

(8) die-cut wallets $10.00
4×6 $5.00
5×7 $10.00
8×10 $15.00
11×14 $20.00
16×20 $40.00
20×24 $50.00

Framed Metal Prints
11×14 $130.00
16×20 $150.00
20×24 $170.00

Canvas Print
11×14 $100.00
16×20 $120.00
24×36 $200.00
30×40 $300.00

USB of all high resolution images with print rights – $300

Preparing for your Newborn session

1.  Newborn sessions work best when baby is asleep.  I recommend trying to keep your baby awake a few hours leading up to the session.  If the baby has slept all morning and then arrives to my studio, they just might be ready for a long awake period, which makes the job of getting them sleepy all that much harder.  So whatever it takes to keep them alert for an hour or two.  Then, when they arrive in my studio, they’ll be ready for a long nap!

2.  Make sure baby has a nice, full tummy before they leave the house to come to their session.  This way, assuming their drive isn’t too long, the baby will still be full and has probably fallen asleep in the car.  I can immediately get started on the session when they arrive and hopefully get an hour or two of photos done before baby needs a feeding break.

3.  DO NOT forget the pacifier!!  If the baby takes a pacifier, you can trust me that you’ll want it there during the session!

4.  Please bring the baby in a button-up or zip-up sleeper, preferably a loose fitting one.  If you arrive with baby sleepy in his/her carseat and then you have to remove shoes and socks, pants, and take a shirt off over their heads, this can wake them up, and in a cranky mood.  Instead, it’s so, so simple to zip down and slip off pajamas while baby remains asleep!  And if the pajamas are loose-fitting, then ideally there won’t be many lines left behind on the baby’s skin.

5.  Please feel free to bring a special prop, blanket, or any object that has special significance to you and your family.

6.  For the baby’s sake, my studio is HOT, so dress lightly and take advantage of my cold drinks in the fridge.

7.  You can rest assured all blankets and materials in my studio are sterile and clean.  I use Free and Clear detergent on all materials and keep antibacterial wipes available.