The little things in life often become the big things as time passes. We'll never forget the early days and weeks of parenthood with a tiny, squishy baby - our attempts to survive on significantly less sleep, barely having time to comb our hair, or even remembering to grab a bite to eat - but what about the moments that we eventually forget about, like the way baby's tiny, diapered booty fits in the palm of your hand, the inquisitive look they gave as they attempt to focus in on the world around them, and who can forget the soft downy hairs that cover their curled-up ears and body... you will miss it all. Let's preserve those things that are sure to be a distant memory.

What To Expect

Newborns are perfect just the way they are, and so are you - no posing. no need to perform, or look at the camera - just you, dad, and the new siblings, being your authentic selves. This is all about you loving on the new baby and enjoying this short-lived season of your life.

During this relaxed, unscripted, documentary-style session, we're focusing on baby's perfect little details, the love for this tiny human that's ever growing in your hearts, and the bond of a new family being created in those first weeks of life.

This mid-morning session is available for newborns within the first month of life.

Images will be delivered to your private online gallery in 2-4 weeks and your custom heirloom photo album will be delivered to your home within the same time frame.


Included In Your Investment

Documentary Newborn

45-Minute Documentary Session IN YOUR HOME
25 Digital Images (chosen by photographer)
8x8 Photo Album

*Newborn Photos & Film Combo Available

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Fresh 48

45-Minute Documentary Session AT BIRTH LOCATION
25 Digital Images (chosen by photographer)
8x8 Photo Album

*Freshly Born Photos & Film Combo Available

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Newborn & Fresh 48 FILM

60-Minute Documentary Session IN-HOME or BIRTH LOCATION
2-5 Minute Film Set To Licensed Music
Private Online Link To View/Share Your Film


“Where there's perfection, there's no story to tell”