When I started O’Studios I seriously avoided baby sessions…I’m not sure if it was my fear of working with kids, or the fact that I felt my style had no place in the realm of “child” photography. I’ve done a few of these sessions now and I’m really starting to love them. My concept and approach is simple and a mirror image of my approach to all other shoots. I love photographing people…big or small, and I’ve found that youngsters provide so much personality on their own that there’s really never a need for posing them. So there you have it, if you contact me for a newborn, one-year, or family session this is what you can expect. If you’re looking for lemonade stands or props you’ve come to the wrong place. 😉 What I can promise however, are images that capture memories and the personality of your beautiful creation; I will photograph my own wee ones in the same way one day!
I made my way to Lexington, South Carolina to meet Aubrey early one Saturday morning a couple months ago with the expectation of getting some early evening light. Naturally, I wanted to make sure we had ample time to get as many “money” shots as possible; Atlanta traffic had a completely different approach, which ended up being a saving grace for this shoot. 🙂 I was greeted in South Carolina with amazing hospitality from Nicole and Ryan, and perfect timing to catch some true “golden hour” lighting. I had such a fun time with this family. We literally put Aubrey on the ground and let her do her thing and the rest is history. I love the natural essence of these photos and the memories attached to them. There’s nothing I enjoy more than knowing I helped create something that will be cherished for a lifetime. Thank you guys so much for believing in my photographic vision and for letting me share a great evening with the three of you!
Be sure to show Aubrey some love 😉