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jo, mark, makenna & zavier.

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These guys were so warm & natural in front of the camera. I adored so many things about this family; they relaxed very quickly in front of the camera and were then able to simply enjoy each other’s company and affection. I loved how they were all so comfortable in their own skin, often doing things without needing too much direction, seeming telepathic at times. I felt like this session fell into place really easily.

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a family session with tweens.

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Book a family session with your tween children please. They are smart, funny and usually pretty eager to please. They want desperately to be loved and feel validated by their parents, something that will easily transcend during a family photography session with me. You might feel like you missed the boat by not having family photographs taken when they were just small children, so please, please, take the time to have them photographed now. 

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One of the most special sessions I have ever shot. Sending BIG love to my extremely photogenic family in Wangaratta. 

quirky noah.

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Noah has been the best form of entertainment over the last couple of weeks. Auntie Brooke and I laughed so hard as we wrapped Noah up in bubble wrap last Friday afternoon. Watching him bounce on the trampoline and then swim in the spa was the funniest thing I have seen in a long, long time. Maybe I need to get out more! 

game over.

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Today was the first time Noah picked out his own outfit to wear to school for a 'free dress' day. He actually did surprisingly well..... It was rather obvious though that he now likes to dress for comfort and the approval of his peers rather than approval of middle age women. I am guessing scarves, beanies and boutique style clothes will soon become a thing of the past. Oh well, it was a blast while it lasted. LOOK OUT SONNY.