When Bridget first contacted me she initially enquired about a family photoshoot for her growing family, after seeing my work with Bec and Simon a few weeks prior, but when I suggested they come in to the studio for a newborn session, she was quickly convinced that this idea was perfect for them!
They walked in the front door and I was instantly in love…the most precious baby girl Lhamo and her big Sister Nyima. All that luscious dark hair, gorgeous big dark eyes, half Australian and half Tibetan, beautiful olive skin. Nyima was a little shy when she first came in, but we bonded over the coloured pencils I had left out for her to colour with, together we discovered that most of them were blunt, so a quick hunt down of a pencil sharpener had me in her good books and she soon realised I was someone she could be friends with.
She was so in love with baby Lhamo, constantly photobombing, climbing up on my beanbag, wanting cuddles and kisses, always touching Lhamo’s sweet cheeks. Some would say getting in my way, for me, it was just beautiful to watch and every time she was close by, I made sure I caught her on camera with her baby sister.
Photographing Lhamo was such a beautiful time in the studio. Her skin was so precious and soft, just like a little doll, I found myself touching her cheeks, encouraging little smiles and frowns, all that personality in such a tiny little girl. She was so bright eyed and alert, the expressions I caught were just adorable.
This family is just gorgeous. So happy together, adoring each other, patience and kindness, an absolute delight to photograph.
Bridget, thank you for introducing me to your sweet sweet family. I would consider it an honour to photograph you all time and time again xx