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Photography session

Freeze time. Relive moments. Pass down memories.

Here's what you can expect

How I tell your unique story


Book your session online. I’ll send you a questionnaire to fill out to help me understand the story of you. I love learning about your family, your day to day life and what moments you cherish most.

Get to know each other

We’ll chat over the phone in the lead up to your session. This is a chance to really connect and dive deeper into your family story and understand what moments are most precious to you.


On the day of your session, I’ll join you in your home, mostly blending into the background but occasionally standing on your kitchen bench top, climbing over furniture and crouching in wardrobes to capture the natural, spontaneous moments of family life as it unfolds. It’s not as weird as it sounds, promise!

You probably have questions

Frequently Asked

  • My house isn't 'magazine perfect'—is that okay?

    Absolutely! Your home is perfect as it is because it tells your story. A lived-in home adds layers of authenticity to your photos, showcasing the real environment where your family’s love and daily life unfold. I find beauty in the real and the everyday.

  • What can I expect during a photography session with you?

    Expect a relaxed and judgement-free experience. My sessions are led by your family’s natural dynamics—there’s no need to ‘perform’ or be anyone but yourselves. We meet you where you’re at, capturing the magic of your everyday life, just as you live it.

  • What if my kids are very active or the session feels chaotic?

    Active kids bring energy and authenticity to the photos, capturing their true spirits. I embrace the ‘free-range’ nature of children and believe it often leads to the most genuine images.

  • I’m worried about feeling vulnerable during the session. How do you handle this?

    It’s normal to feel like this with a camera pointed at your life. It’s important to remember that there’s nothing wrong with vulnerability, it’s the basis of human connection. Often these feelings are linked to a certain expectation you’re holding onto for your session, sometimes without even realising it. I encourage you to let me know how you’re feeling so I can help you address it.

  • My partner is not interested in family photos. How can I convince them?

    Most partners can be convinced when they learn how different my approach is to the usual photo session. Of all the families I’ve documented, the reluctant partner (let’s face it, it’s always the Dad’s) comes away from the session saying how easy it was, that they enjoyed the time together & didn’t notice I was there. This might be an unpopular opinion: but if your partner is staunchly disinterested – my advice is to have a session without them. Don’t miss out on documenting your Motherhood because somebody else doesn’t see the value in it.

  • What should we wear?

    This is another of my controversial opinions. You should wear whatever you want for your session. I don’t mean whatever you want as long as it’s from an approved colour palette, or it fits a certain aesthetic. I really mean: whatever you want.

    Whatever it is that you feel yourself in, whatever you’re comfortable in, something you love in whatever colour or aesthetic it is that says unapologetically – “this is me”. Of course, if the idea of choosing your outfits still makes you feel a little nervous, I have some gentle guidance in my session prep guide.

  • How and when will we receive our photos?

    You’ll receive a sneak peak of your gallery within a week of your session, straight to your phone. The final gallery is delivered to your inbox 4-6 weeks after your session. Good things take time, a lot of energy goes into delivering you a beautiful, nostalgic gallery that will make you smile (& probably cry) it will be worth the wait, promise.

  • What is your cancellation and rescheduling policy?

    I get it. When you’re a Mumma – it seems like someone is always sick. I’m happy to reschedule if you or your wildlings are feeling unwell. In fact, I insist that we do, it’s best for your family and mine. Sessions will be rescheduled within two weeks of the original date, subject to availability. It’s important to note that your session fee is a non-refundable retainer, and if you choose to cancel instead of rescheduling, you won’t be refunded. When you book, my full cancellation & rescheduling policy will be outlined in your contract.

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real Feedback, Real Families

Kind Words

Families often tell me how opening their home to me feels like inviting over an old friend – sometimes forgetting I’m even there. Here are some snippets in their own words.

    We were so delighted with the newborn photos Tash took for us. She captured all the details and magic of our new little ones early days.

    Fallon | Newborn Documentary Session

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    Absolutely gorgeous. I am so grateful. I love every one!! How do I pick which to print?!

    Jessie | Motherhood In Home Documentary Session

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    Tash is beautifully talented at her craft. It was more like I had a friend over for a catch up than a photography session. She made me feel very comfortable in our home and really, just followed us around our…

    Rachel | Motherhood In Home Documentary Session

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    Tash is a true professional. The moment she came to our place I immediately felt comfortable with her presence. As expected, photographing a newborn can be difficult and things don’t always go to plan, but this didn’t phase her at…

    Steve | Newborn In Home Documentary Session

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    I would highly recommend Tash, she is an amazingly gifted photographer! She made us feel so comfortable & she captured this season for our family so beautifully. She has given us memories that we will cherish forever which I’m so…

    Ellyn | Family documentary session

    The beautiful photo’s we received from our ‘morning in the life’ session with Tash were so much more than updated family photo’s. They captured honest and real moments in our family life that reflect the memories I wanted to treasure…

    Natasha | Day in the life session

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    I adore the photos that we got done with Natasha! She was lovely and thorough to deal with in the lead up to the session, easy to get along with on the day and the photos are so special. Our…

    Briony | Family documentary session

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    Tash is an incredible photographer who captured the most beautiful moments in our wombside and earthside sessions. She really just blended into the household and made us all feel very comfortable in front of the camera, including our 2 year…

    Steph | Newborn In Home Documentary Session

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    Natasha’s images are stunning! We will cherish them forever. Natasha captures a family in their home, naturally, doing what they ordinarily do. It’s candid, it’s relaxed and real however the images are truly breath taking. Natasha is someone you can…

    Ivy | Family Documentary Session

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Documenting Your
Family Story

Record of life

The thing is – I know this time is fleeting, and I’ve learned there’s endless beauty to be found in the chaos. Even on the toughest of days, it’s there, & I reckon you see it too. 

While some days it might be difficult to find– we both know that future us will look back on this time and recognise these as the most incredibly beautiful days of our lives.

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