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Meet your Photographer

    I am a newborn, children's and pet photographer. I capture images that you will love for decades to come because my portraits are meant to last a lifetime .


     I believe in portraits for every milestone, because as a mother of 2 boys myself,  they really do grow up too fast.  Your children are only young once, you only get this time now; cherish that with a beautiful image that you can keep forever.


             Let me capture those moments for you.


     When working with me, I do phone consultations to get to know my families so that I can provide them with the best service.  You will find that I am a very FUN photographer and I'm creating not only a beautiful portrait for you but also an amazingly fun experience for your children. ​ * read my reviews* 

     I am trained in newborn CPR and knowledgeable in newborn safety. I've  trained with the worlds best newborn photographer ANA BRANDT. 


     I run photography studio from my home located in Antelope, CA.  I serve the greater Sacramento area and upon special request I can travel for an additional fee for newborn session's only. 

Fun facts about me:

  • Camera model: Canon 

  • Lighting: Studio lighting indoors

  • Year I started shooting professionally: 2018

  • I have 2 boys, sometimes you'll see them helping me. 

  • I've been with my husband 16 years. 

  • We have 2 dogs, a Basenji boy - Finn and a Maltese Bichon girl- Rey

  • I personally love ALL WHITE sessions. 

  • I am a #happyplanner addict! I still schedule my clients with pen and paper. 

  • I focus on newborns, babies first year and children's and their pets portraits because I missed out on those moments with my own children.  We lost our dog Remy at the age of 12 shortly after my second son was born, all I had from my life with her were cell phone photos. 

  • Cake smash sessions are my favorite! 

portrait by Mike Layman



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