Where do I even start with these three amazing humans?! I first photographed Lauren and Eddie in August last year for their engagement session, which actually then turned into “Surprise we’re having a baby! Can we take some pregnancy revel photos?!” Ahh that was such a fun day!! (you can view that blog post here) I fell in love with Lauren’s sweet personality and I was so excited for them to have a baby!
So then fast forward to December 2017 and I saw Lauren’s Facebook post revealing that little Brydee had been born 6 weeks premature (just like Olivia was!) I was instantly drawn to them so much more than I already was and all of a sudden cared for them on a much deeper level than “they’re just my clients”. Over the following months Lauren and I developed this bond and friendship that i’m so incredibly grateful to have. We just “got” each other and I felt like we could chat about the special care nurseries, nasal gastric tubes and the claustrophobic, lonely, messy world that is having a baby born premature.
I’m so incredibly grateful that these two invited me into their lives to photograph some of the most special seasons of their journey together. This family session was so sweet and I can’t wait to photograph their wedding in September! I love watching families and couples grow and having the honour of photographing it just fills my heart with so much love and joy! Ahhh, excuse me while I go sip on some wine and cry about how grateful I am!! Ps, this is a long post, grab some hot coffee (or wine) and enjoy!
Pps, who else thinks the “many faces of Brydee” needs it’s own blog post?! Hehe!
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I acknowledge the wiradjuri people as the custodians of the lands and waters of the region, on which I live and work. I pay respect to elders both past and present. I acknowledge and respect the wiradjuri people’s cultural, spiritual, physical and emotional connection with their land, waters and community.