Newborns at home on black and white film may surely be my favorite to photograph for all time. This session was photographed in my client’s home in Old Lyme, Connecticut. They booked my Motherhood Collective package, so this past fall I also photographed their maternity pictures. It’s always really special to me when I have the honor of photographing both of these fleeting seasons of becoming a mother.
When Tonie reached out to me about scheduling their maternity and newborn pictures, one of the things she mentioned they were excited about was that I photograph using a Hasselblad medium format film camera- which is a camera they have themselves and love. (I also used a Contax 645 for this session as well)
It is such a joy to work with clients who value black and white film photography in the same way that I do. It was a beautiful morning with lots of dreamy window light as I photographed this brand new family of three enjoying time together. I had so many favorite images from their session, I am sharing just a few of them here with you today!
Baby M’s adorable linen romper is from one of my favorite baby and children clothing lines Jamie Kay.
If you’re new here, I am currently based in Pittsburgh, PA. I started my photography business when I lived in Connecticut, and I grew up on the coast of Maine. So while I may be local to Pittsburgh right now, I travel to New England to work with clients a few times each year.
I do my best to announce when I am coming, so that families have an opportunity to book during the same trip to save from extra travel fees. I really try to make it as easy as I can to bring me to you! I am often booked for out of state sessions, and I work one on one with families to make that travel possible. (so if you’re reading this and you live outside of New England or Pittsburgh- we can definitely still chat about working together!) You can take a look at my current 2019 Travel Schedule here.
To learn more about booking your maternity pictures or at home newborn session, please inquire for details!