Gaby blends traditional portraiture with a photojournalistic approach to bring out the best in her clients. She creates a playful, relaxed and fun environment to make the entire experience a positive one for everyone involved. When working with children, Gaby works at their level and their pace. This should be a fun, no pressure kind of session. The goal is to capture the true personality of your child. This includes everything from the big laughs, to tiny giggles, to the practically non-existent smirks. These are the unique characteristics that make your child special. And these are the seemingly ordinary moments that you’ll one day look back on and remember with fondness.



The children and family session can take place anywhere you’d like – a park, a beach, a field, your home, anywhere! Outdoor sessions are held at sunrise or just before sunset to ensure beautifully lit portraits.



The Children & Family session includes 4 subjects ($50 for each additional subject) and lasts up to one hour.  All portrait sessions include a design appointment, session time, up to 5 hours of editing/post-processing, and your viewing and ordering appointment.  For investment information, please click here.


When to book:

To give each client the best service possible, Gaby books a limited number of portrait sessions per month. It is recommended that clients book Children & Family Sessions one month in advance and Newborn Sessions at least two months in advance to ensure availability of preferred dates. Gaby will make every effort to accommodate late bookings whenever her schedule permits.

Contact Gaby to discuss your custom portrait session using the contact tab at the top of the page or send an email to Session fee and a signed contract are required to officially book your date.

Upon booking, all clients receive a pre-session consultation to customize the session and have access to private client information with tips on what to wear, how to prepare, and what happens after your session.

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