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1. The first step of any photoshoot is to establish your needs and wants. That’s exactly what this form is for – to explain your unique situation and any special requests you may have.

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2. From there, we can discuss the details of your photoshoot – preferred time of day*, location, and of course your outfit ideas!

3. Once all the details are confirmed, a $100 deposit is required to reserve the time slot for your photoshoot. The remaining amount is payable on the day of the photoshoot.

*Note that on a sunny day the ideal time for your photoshoot is in the morning (6–9 am) or in the afternoon (3–6 pm), depending on the season. Sunrise and sunset provide a glowy, magical light that will make your photos shine!

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What time are your photo sessions scheduled for?

    Most of my outdoor sessions are scheduled at sunset time. The light during golden hour is magical, and it helps to capture light-filled glowy photos.

    If you are concerned about children’s bedtimes, sessions in Winter are much earlier, and the timing is excellent for young families. Depending on the season, we can start as early as 3-4 PM in Winter and 6-7 PM in Summer.

    2. Where are you located?

    I live in Sydney Eastern Suburbs; however, I can easily travel to Northern Beaches and Cronulla. A travel fee may apply for regional photo sessions.

    I love to feature natural light and the ocean in my photography, soft pastel colours, sand, rocks, and the sunset sky. For this reason, many of my clients opt for an outdoor sunset photography session at one of my carefully selected beach locations, ideally suited for families, maternity and motherhood portraits.

    3. What happens if it rains or we are sick?

    My sessions go ahead in pretty much all weather except for the rain. Light wind and clouds can look beautiful, and overcast skies work as a giant softbox that provides even light.

    I keep an eye on the forecast in the days leading up to your session, and if rain is forecast, we usually decide to postpone just a day before your session.

    If you or a family member is unwell, give me as much notice as possible, and we can always reschedule.

    4. What to wear for a photo shoot?

    1. For inspiration, think of planning what you’d wear to go for a nice lunch. Make sure you feel comfortable – choose something that makes you feel good.

    I find that long/medium and flowy dresses/skirts are best to photograph because they provide movement during sessions. Dads and sons tend to be simpler to style as they have fewer options – shirt/t-shirt, shorts or trousers – easy.

    2. When it comes to colours and patterns, coordinate your family rather than having everyone matching. Start with yourself and work from there with colours that compliment. Try pairing brighter colours like warm sunset tones with neutrals. You can’t go wrong with beige and white. 

    I suggest neutral colours like cream and white for men tops, deep blues, and browns for bottoms.

    3. Avoid items with distracting images or large logos; the attention should be on you, not the clothes. Also, it’s a good idea to stay away from fluro colours as they will reflect an unflattering shade on the face.

    4. Plan for shoes and dress for the location – it could be barefoot on the beach and neutral, comfortable shoes for the city/park.

    5. If you decide to rent a beautiful dress, you can do so via They are offering 15% off to my clients.