I swear this little boy was just a fresh newborn I was photographing this past summer. Fast forward to this handsome boy, eyes full of wonder growing baby boy! This has to be the greatest reward of a Seattle newborn photographer is getting to photograph newborns and watch them grow, and capture them in each stage of their life.
Logan was my first newborn baby boy that I did a newborn session with, and then I also had the pleasure of doing his six month sitter session. He is exactly six months, sometimes things don’t always go as planned, but at almost eight months he was absolutely perfect.

I had ordered this gorgeous gray and cream striped romper with him in mind a couple of months ago, and I was so glad it fit him. As a Seattle newborn photographer I am always thinking and planning out future sessions for my clients. This one went better than I had imagined. Cream and gray is such a gorgeous combination. A simplistic classic baby photo session is one of my favorites to do. It let’s me focus on the subject and capture the little details opposed to worrying about photographing a theme, props or designed set. I want my clients to be able to look back at their session in 10, 20, 30 years and see a beautiful timeless image of themselves, son, daughter, mom, dad, or whomever.


Did you see this baby boy’s long eyelashes? I wish mine were naturally that long and beautiful! Who knows how they will change over the years, but my job as a Seattle newborn photographer is that you will have these photos to look back on to remember what they looked liked. Just remember the importance of printing out your photos! Also backing up and storing them so they are not lost or damaged. Our technology is always changing and being reinvented. Prints, canvas, and other printed products are a physical item you can hold and have where digital files can be lost, corrupted or just outdated. I love printed out my families photos even those done on your cell phone so you have something to look through and physically hold to show your loved ones.