Monthly Archives: May 2012

Johannesburg Newborn Photographer | Baby James

5 week old James visited for his newborn session but thought that sleeping was for the birds.  We tried, we rocked him and sang to him andView full post »

Johannesburg Maternity Photography | da Silva Family Maternity shoot

Mario, Vanessa and stunning Tiana are soon expecting a new addition to the family.    I just know that she is going to be as gorgeous asView full post »

Johannesburg Newborn Photographer | Baby Keegan

Congrats to Neale, Illana and Courtney on the birth of their precious bundle Keegan.    Keegan was not very interested in having his photoView full post »

Pretoria Family Photographer | Du Randt Family

I’ve known Clarisse on Facebook for quite a while, you know how us gals like to network 😉 and I was so happy to meet her and herView full post »

Johanesburg Baptism Photography – Lorenzo

We were invited to photograph the very special day of Lorenzo’s baptism recently.   The beautiful Catholic Church in Woburn AveView full post »

Newborn Baby Photography

Johannesburg Newborn Photographer | Baby Joah

Alicia and Henno recently welcomed the most beautiful little baby boy into the world.  Welcome Mr Joah, you are so loved ♥View full post »

newborn photography

Johannesburg Newborn Photographer | Baby Joshua

Joshua was already 4 weeks old at his shoot but he was amazing! – He was very relaxed and eventually nodded off to sleep for a bitView full post »

Johannesburg Baby Photography | Baby Pia

Little Ms Pia was such a charmer, she smiled for me all the time – a real star in the making.   The only time she got upset was whenView full post »

Johannesburg Maternity Photographer | Carl and Lerato

When I was editing these photo’s, I kept on smiling – I had such fun with this couple, they are light spirited, warm and lovingView full post »

Johannesburg Maternity Photographer | Joop and Lizette

I had such a lovely time with this beautiful couple – Joop and Lizette are expecting their first baby soon and I was thrilled to beView full post »