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Category Archives: Newborn

Sun Prairie Newborn Photographer {Baby boy wrapped mini session}

This sweet snuggly little guy came into my studio for a wrapped mini newborn session. He was so tiny and squishy and sweet I could hardly

Madison Wisconsin Newborn Lifestyle Photographer {Welcoming Miles}

Miles was one of the most chill, laid back babies with some equally awesome parents.  There is something about photographing first time

Madison Wisconsin Newborn Lifestyle Photographer {Welcoming Remy}

These guys contacted me last minute hoping I could squeeze them in and I was so glad it worked out–even if we had to cancel and

KaitlinSheran Photography, Sun Prairie Wisconsin Studio

If you follow any of my social media accounts, you are probably sick of hearing about my new studio.  I just can’t help it, I’m

Welcome Rylin Ann

We are quickly approaching the three month mark with our newest little member of the family.  With her, it feels like we’ve had her

Otto, 15 days new {Sun Prairie Wisconsin newborn photographer}

When I photographed my own newborn recently, I had a realization that made me reconsider the way I would shoot the rest of the newborns I

Adelaide Lucille {Sun Prairie Wisconsin Newborn Session}

It’s already been a month since this little nugget entered our lives!  I thought time flew with my first daughter–well, turns

Studio Tour

As I spent some time in my studio this morning prepping for this weekend’s sessions, I realized I’d never shared my naked

Hello 2016!

I’m not going to lie.  This year had me all wound up just a few months ago.  I couldn’t fathom another year like last, with a

Appleton newborn photographer {Welcoming Lucy}

I’ve been so lucky to be given the opportunity to work with this beautiful family for several years now.  Susan and Jason hired me to

Welcoming Maggie {Madison Wisconsin birth photography}

When I’d tell people my goal was to start to photograph births this year, they usually respond with, “what! why?” or