This package includes a 30-minute mini maternity shoot, and 16 digital images. Either at sunset on location, or boudoir-style in your home. This also includes partners and siblings, or choose to take this moment with your baby.
Once your baby arrives, you'll also get a newborn session in the comfort of your home, or my Surry Hills studio. After this 2-hour session, you'll receive 25 digital images. Simple, honest, and natural. A selection of wraps, blankets and bespoke hand-knitted outfits are available, as well as my client wardrobe.
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My best value package to record your whole journey. you also have the option to add extra images to your sessions at a discounted rate when you book a Bump to Baby package.
"Thank you for the photos Stacey, they are stunning! You did an amazing job, what a talent you have! We finally sat down with a glass of red to go through the gallery together. You’ve captured our boys’ personalities to a tee"
"We are absolutely blown away by how gorgeous these pictures are! You are so incredibly talented. You have captured everyone beautifully and have done so well to get so many amazing pics. Love the ones of the kids exploring and the last family ones- how’s that sky!! They are ALL amazing though. We are so, so grateful for these." memories which we will treasure forever. We can’t wait for our next shoot with you. This is definitely an annual thing.
"We’ve had pictures taken before but never - strangely - by a photographer who actually had children. It’s such a simple nuance and yet it made the world of a difference. Stacey understood the importance of easing our children into the experience. She started with soft, safe, cuddly family pictures before asking the children to shoot alone or expecting them to laugh or play. She let them lead the experience. I look at these pictures and I can see the differences. These aren’t just family photos, these are OUR family photos. Our unique personalities are captured. The raw, natural moments can be seen and felt. And that, my friends, is worth its weight in gold."