Choosing what's right for you.

Studio or in-home? This totally depends on you.

There are definitely pros and cons for each and I would like to chat about them briefly here to help you to decide which option is best for you.



If I am lucky enough to be considered to photography your little one I would assume that you want your portraits in my light, airy and natural style. This lighting style is much easier for me to achieve consistently in my home studio because I am able to control the lighting and background/backdrops. Another amazing advantage is that you won't have to worry about cleaning and making your home photo ready. I remember my home after my babies looked like a tornado had passed through!

In my studio space I can take care of you, ensure that you are comfortable, make you a cup of tea and give you time to relax. The studio space is peaceful and nearly all parents who visit feel comfortable enough to rest their eyes and take a moment to relax.

In recent years documentary-style photography has been quite popular. For in-home sessions I bring my posing setup to create my newborn portrait style. To achieve this I need access to a large window and enough space to setup. Before deciding on an in-home session I encourage clients to send me a quick video so that I can see the space around the time of our session.

What varies much more are family portraits and some of the more relaxed newborn photos as your home and the flooring will be visible. In home family portraits tend to take place on your bed or sofa and in front of a large window – depending on the availability of natural light and space.

Let's chat !