“There is truly nothing I treasure more than photos of my children. As a mom of three, I’ve witnessed firsthand how fast my babies have grown and changed in such a short amount of time. Photographs are the closest thing I have to bottling up their childhood. Lottie is our first daughter and last baby, so these photos are particularly special. I could not be happier with how timeless and beautiful her newborn photos turned out.
Motherhood has been the most profound experience of joy, challenge, and unconditional love. I’m not sure that you know what obsession is until you are a mother and a tiny person completely consumes your heart. I remember worrying that I wouldn’t be able to love another baby as much as my first, and then again, as much as my first two, but your heart really does expand. I think for whatever reason, sometimes you fall head over heels immediately, and other times you get to know your baby a bit more slowly, and both are okay. However your motherhood love story unfolds, I can promise you that the little person in your arms will be everything you could ever dream of and more.” Brittany, Mother
“I have never been to a more laid-back newborn session. Brittany has this charm and patience that really showed through during the entire time I was present. She welcomed me into her home after the birth of her third child. It was so obvious to see how much her husband and children adore her, and her calm presence really set the scene for our time together.
The two older siblings, both little boys, absolutely adore their new sister Lottie, who they lovingly referred to as “Lottie Pop.”
We were able to take advantage of the beautiful natural window light in multiple rooms throughout their home, and Brittany brought her own ideas to the session as well. I always love seeing and hearing my client’s ideas, as no one in the world knows their family better than they do. This was such a beautiful time spent with the whole family.
My approach to both motherhood and family photography is to quietly set the scene while letting the genuine relationships shine through. Being a mother of three myself, I recognize the movements of motherhood, the reach for a hand, the belly laughs, and the kisses we give on the tops of our children’s heads. There is something about photographing motherhood that makes me more intentional about my own role in my children’s lives.” Adrienne, Photographer