You may have noticed how quiet it’s been around here. It’s bittersweet that I announce that as of Dec 31, Peekaboo will be closing it’s doors. I’m about 6 months short of being in business for 10 years!! It’s been a great run, and the opportunity to meet and photograph SO many newborns and families has been an honor, but it’s time to concentrate fully on my other photography business, Coco Boudoir.
For those who don’t already know, Coco is Winnipeg’s luxury boudoir photography experience for women of all shapes, sizes, ages & ethnicities. Feel what it’s like to be a model for a day, and confident for a LONG time after. It was because of Peekaboo that Coco was born. Seeing so many mommas doubting their self confidence after their bodies underwent such a huge change made we want to change their point of views of themselves thru a new form of photography. Head over to my new site to see what it’s all about and follow me on Facebook and instagram.
A BIG thank you to everyone who has helped support this little business of mine, it means so much! And with that, (and perhaps a few tears) this post will be Peekaboo’s curtain call.
Given that this l’il peanut’s grandma and momma are in the jewelry biz, it was only fitting that she be photographed in pearls! We had to incorporate dad too, so cuddles with his childhood bear named Teddy were a must.
Most newborns look different when they’re awake, but Miss M really looks different when her big baby blues are flashing, and man does she have some amazing eyelashes that any woman would envy. I guess it’s not really surprising if you know her dad. The blonde hair tho? That’s a definite surprise.
Congrats D&M! She is absolutely perfect!
3 car loads, 2 men out numbered by 6 women, 1 daughter leaving for Australia, 2 families coming together as one, 90km round trip, 1 unfortunate tumble & 8 amazing troopers who braved the cold. All we needed was the partridge in a pear tree ; )
This blended family was a lot of fun to photograph, especially given the temperature that day – SO cold! But as I said above, they were all troopers and cooperated like champs. It really is awesome watching a family dynamic like this come together and have so much fun with one another.
Best of luck on your move to Australia A!