Hi, thanks for stopping by.
I'm Luisa. I love, love, LOVE, LOVE to photograph newborns and babies.
I'm passionate about natural light and new life. The way light falls, changes and covers its subjects with a blanket of yummy golden warmth. Light tells us stories and captures beautiful detail and real emotions. Details and emotions we want to capture and enjoy for years to come.
I'm a wife and mum of two teenage children and a couple of very spoilt fur babies.
Before pursuing photography as a full-time career around four years ago, I spent 12 years in corporate marketing for public relations agencies and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. I also spent a few years on the other side of the camera as a part-time lifestyle/TV model for Dallys, an experience that fuelled my passion for photography and opened my heart up to the possibility of following my life-long photography dream.
I picked up my first camera when I was a 15-year-old schoolgirl and have enjoyed photographing people using primarily natural light ever since. I discovered my love of working with newborns and babies three years ago when I was asked to photograph a close family member's new arrival. I was in complete awe of this fleeting, yet breathtaking moment in our lives. I knew instantly this was what I was meant to do, to capture the innocence and beauty of these perfect new little people.
I am an accredited member of the AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photographers).
Sarah and I were very impressed by your gentle care of our little angel throughout the shoot and your talent for attending to and capturing every little detail. We love your work and will have no hesitation recommending you to all our friends. If we have any other little angels we will be sure to bring them to you.
Thankyou so much for the precious photos of Zac. Not only are the photos a beautiful keepsake for years to come, I thoroughly enjoyed our shoot. Your warm nature and natural instinct when it came to my newborn baby was lovely, it was an experience I have recommended to expectant mothers.
Luisa photographed Hunter when he was 15 days old. Watching her photograph Hunter was an absolute delight – she worked some special magic. Luisa managed to take some brilliant photographs of Hunter wide awake. She then paced up and down the hallway of her studio, jiggling Hunter to sleep. Once asleep she gently moved him into various positions. I think if she gave up photography she could have a career in baby whispering. I was amazed at how she worked but even more amazed at the final photographs. The photographs were beautiful. The awake shots of Hunter captured his quirky personality and the sleeping photographs were so serene. Luisa is a photographer who is genuinely interested in capturing unique shots of newborns. I would not hesitate to recommend her to friends and family.