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Maria, Waiting for Baby J • [Maternity/Pregnancy Photographer, Miami, FL]

There are times your client’s have such trust in you, that they ask you for work you’ve never shown to have produced before.  And while they’re probably quietly hoping you say yes, there’s something deep in them that believes in you to make it happen; otherwise they wouldn’t have asked. And that’s what happened when…

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Nelly’s expecting a little Girl

I worked with Nelly for two sessions before her little girl made her grand entrance. More often than not, I get asked to include spouse and siblings to maternity sessions.  But this time, I had aunts, uncles, and the godparents along with cousins and grandma.  It was fantastic! Here are some highlights from our family…

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Bernice, Gorgeously Glowing [Underwater Maternity Photographer, Pembroke Pines, FL]

I had a feeling that this underwater session was going to be extraordinary.  And it was! I hadn’t worked with this color fabric, underwater, before – so that in itself was exciting for me.  And I really wanted to bring out Bernice’s beauty and show the beauty in what a woman’s body is capable of doing….

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Christina, Beautiful and Expecting [Maternity Photographer, Pembroke Pines, FL]

I’m so excted for Christina and Tim!  They’re having a baby very soon and even though we’ve only met once I felt lots of love between them. We were set to meet at sunrise at a open park in Davie and when I showed up, gates had been installed.  So we moved over to another park…

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Diana | 32 Weeks [Maternity / Pregnancy Photographer, Hollywood FL]

One early morning I received a text from Diana, a momma-to-be, asking me if I had availability because her planned (with another photographer) maternity session would not be happening after all.  Had I been able to jump over to the beach that very morning when she was expecting to shoot, I would’ve.  But, all worked…

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Pascale [Maternity Photographer]

I was so happy when I got the call from Pascale to let me know she’d be in town and wanted me to do her maternity shoot for her 2nd baby and make portraits of little EJ for his birthday.  When I “first” started (full–time) she was one of my first clients, with her maternity set…

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Angie + Danny | 37 weeks [Maternity + Newborn Photographer, South Beach FL]

I cannot fully explain how it feels when someone you love dearly, respect and know personally asks you to photograph him/her.  Very honest statement ahead: it’s a mix of excitement and nerves.  Yes, nerves. I always want to provide my very best, on all levels, so my people walk away with something that makes them…

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Thariana | 36 weeks [Maternity + Newborn Photographer, Haulover Beach/Miami]

With less than a month before her due date, Thariana and her beautiful family met me at the beach for a sunrise session.  Little did we expect, that the temperature would drop, we’d be in sweaters and there’d be a slight overcast sky.  Once we started though, we warmed up and welcomed the cool breeze….

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Ana & R.J., 7 days new | Maternity & Newborn

RJ is a couple of months old now.  But being that I’m trying to catch up on blog shares and it’s Veteran’s Day, I’m here to share his session.  We used his dad’s Air Force jacket and I love how tiny RJ looks in it.  Thankfully, for dad, the little accident (pictured below) didn’t happen…

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