Monthly Archives: July 2008

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.baby boy on the way.

I finally got to meet K and her gorgeous daughter F after she contacted me quite a few months ago to photograph her maternity session.  Unfortunately her hubby couldn’t make it at the last minute, but we did well anyway and F was such a great little model.  I’m really proud of these images and how beautiful do they look!  Best of luck K for a peaceful delivery and I look forward to meeting you and your new family again soon.

.returning to China.

I had the great pleasure to photograph A and S who have been studying in Perth and are soon to return to China.  They wanted some beach photos to remember Perth by and to show as a slideshow during their official wedding in China.  It was a bit of change for me not having any children involved in the session and I really enjoyed working without having to bribe, cajole, make funny faces or talk about The Wiggles.  Of course I love working with children, but it’s OK to take a break. 

Thank you both for being such wonderful models, it was great to meet you and I wish you much love and hapiness for the future.


.lovely baby S.

We photographers love to meet newborn babies in the first two weeks of life.  They’re usually sleepier, curlier and much easier to photograph than those that are more than a few weeks old.  Baby S was our exception.  She was so beautifully behaved and slept while I was snapping away.  She’s so very beautiful and her lovely parents are so very rightly proud of her.  Thank you for letting me photograph her.


.adored baby W.

New baby girl W has many adoring fans.  Most noteably a mini-family reunion with her grand and great grandparents from the US, her grandparents from here in Perth and great-grandparents who also flew in from overseas, from New Zealand.  Isn’t it wonderful how such a small person can bring families together and provide so much joy!  What a wonderful gift for her to look back on for years to come and I feel so lucky that I was part of it.   I really couldn’t have a better job – I get to see so much love and happiness.