Newborn Photography Session with Violet

Toronto Newborn Photographer | Sugar Plum Photography

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Toronto Newborn Photographer | Sugar Plum Photography

Sugar Plum Photography specializes in maternity, newborn, and baby photography from her centrally located luxury studio in Toronto, ON, near Bloor West Village. Enjoy the comforts of home while enjoying the downtime as professional newborn photographer Gosia Dixon captures all the beautiful and tender moments of your precious new love.

Gosia Dixon has been a professional newborn photographer for 5 years, with ongoing memberships with NAPCP, PPOC, and working towards her prestigious newborn accreditation. Gosia has completed several newborn safety posing courses with award-winning photographer of the year Stephanie Buckman to ensure your precious babe’s safety is never compromised during any posing. The safety and comfort of your precious baby is her primary focus, with beautiful posing and artistry a close second. Her attention to detail, baby-whispering skills, and in-depth knowledge of turning these images into one-of-a-kind pieces of art for your home is what sets her apart. In-home art consultations, white glove hand-delivered artwork & installation, and in-person meetings and consultations make sure your experience is memorable and deserving of the magnitude of this precious life event.

“Sometimes little ones just want to party. Violet at a precious 4 weeks old, was cute as a button with a stare that could melt ice. Her alertness worked to our advantage, with gorgeous open-eyed portraits and even some smiles!

As a Toronto newborn photographer, it is important for me to set realistic expectations for my client that are appropriate for an age group. Violet was over one month old at the time of her session, and no longer taking those long deep 4 hour naps in between feeds. So we set out her session knowing fully well that she would be awake and that posing her into curled up poses wouldn’t be possible. But that doesn’t mean that we didn’t capture beautiful portraits of her. She is still tiny in the grande scheme of things, and it was important to her parents to capture her before she grew any more. And so we did.”