Category Archives: Family Photography

September is International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. A time when cancer organisations around the world put the spotlight on children’s cancer. Because with greater awareness comes greater support and funding. The theme colour for this initiative is GOLD. And to show my support (along with Photographers all over the world), I have put together a...

Melbourne Family Photographer | Seven Reasons To Embrace Your Next Photoshoot

Sometimes when we look at beautiful photos on social media or online, it can be easy to think or feel that we don’t measure up. That maybe photoshoots are something that only work for other people. More beautiful people, or more special people.  But that isn’t the truth at all. Nobody has a perfect life...

Melbourne Bayside Family Photographer | Natural Family Photos

Foxbelle Photography specialises in natural Family Photography right across Melbourne, including the many Bayside suburbs such as Brighton and Sandringham. Even if you don’t live in or near a Bayside suburb, we can still meet at one of the fabulous beaches to capture some beautiful and natural photos of your family. Melbourne’s bayside area is...

Melbourne Baby Photographer – Wardill Family

Family sessions are relaxed and playful and include a whole lot of laughter, cuddles and fun. They aim to showcase the connection that your family has with one another as well as capture each of your individual personalities. The Wardill family chose Fawkner Park in Melbourne for their sunset photography session with baby Harrison who...

Melbourne Baby Photographer | Beach Session | Van Zuilekom Family

Meet baby Aiden and his family as they celebrate their gorgeous little boy’s first birthday with a beach photography session at Mordialloc Beach in Melbourne. I have been so fortunate to have been able to witness and document Aiden’s development and growth first-hand and have photographed him FOUR times over his first year as part...

 

 

 

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In the spirit of reconciliation, I acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the traditional owners and custodians of this beautiful and precious land that I am so lucky to live, work and play on. I also wish to pay my respects to all Elders, past and present, who have resided in this area and extend that respect to other Indigenous people who are present.

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