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Kingston Newborn Photographer

Did you know that Live & Breathe Photography doesn't post your pictures unless you  give permission you will always be the first to see your images before anyone else! 


Welcome to Live & Breathe Photography!


My name is Stephanie and I am here to help you capture your most precious memories. 

I knew from a very young age that I belonged behind the lens of a camera. In fact, I can't remember a time where photography wasn't a part of my life. I remember borrowing my dad's camera as a young child and taking pictures of our beloved family dog or my dear babysitters. I would get in trouble for taking 'too many pictures', using up all the film... but even that couldn't stop me (sorry, dad!). 

My passion continued to grow and, at the age of 15, I started selling my photographs in various art shows around Kingston, my home town. By the time I started high school, photography had become my main focus. I took every available course until I moved to Oakville for two years to study Photography full time at Sheridan College. 

After graduation, I returned home and continued to sharpen my skills. In 2013, I proudly became the sole owner and photographer of Live & Breathe Photography. Ever since, I have been working with Kingston families, providing engagement, wedding, family and newborn sessions. 


Over the past few years, my main focus has become Newborn Photography. This is where my heart is. I absolutely love making your baby the one and only focus of these sessions. In order to achieve this, I use a white backdrop during all newborn sessions. I love using a minimalistic approach when it comes to capturing your little one.

As parents, we all know babies grow in the blink of an eye. This is why it is my mission to capture those little toes, eyelashes and chubby cheeks while they are still little, and to make sure parents are left with images that will forever reflect their baby's personality, adorable little smiles and those little silly faces they make from time to time.

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