Natalie | A new addition

I have to admit there’s something really special about having clients return to share their next step in life with you. A bit over a year ago, Chris and I had the honour of capturing Nina and Daniel’s wedding day. It was a very intimate affair with just close family and friends in attendance. I got to know the couple really well as is the case with my bridal couples, and I remember her telling me that Daniel made her feel amazing and precious every single day they are together. It really struck a chord with me.

Not long after the wedding, whilst delivering her prints and albums I met with a GLOWING Nina. She was thrilled to let me know they were going to have a baby.

So let me introduce you to Natalie…
She is a little gorgeous girl who let me try a few poses. Being my very first newborn session in this style it was a pleasure to have SUCH a cooperative little one. Being used to more lyfestyle sessions where nothing is posed this style is fun, challenging and the results are SO worth it.
I had a super assistant in the form of Hope Copeland . She is a newborn photographer extraordinaire! Thank you a million times again and again for your honesty, education and love.

Published by JClydeCreative

Julie Clyde Creative is an international creative artist. Through her artistic works she hopes to bring courage and hope to those who seek it and create conversations around her pieces. Jules sees the beauty in life where others may not and creates images that inspire her clients imaginations and dreams.

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