Category Archives: Commercial work

Phoenix Commercial Baby Photographer | L’ovedbaby Organic Thermals

Cute and chunky, not to mention a sweetheart, Mr. A looks super comfortable in L’ovedbaby’s Organic Thermal line. This yummy collection of 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton thermals hugs your little one with pure softness. This is a seasonal collection, so stock up before they’re all gone until next fall! Baby clothes from L’ovedbaby are custom-designed […]

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Phoenix Commercial Photographer | L’ovedbaby

Okay ya’ll, L’ovedbaby’s new Fall 2016 Li’l Critters line is now out and ready for purchase! If you are looking for affordable, high quality, organic baby and kid clothing, L’ovedbaby is the company to shop. Check out the cute snails and hedgehogs our little model wore for his shoot. So boy!   Baby clothes from […]

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Phoenix Child Photographer | Mr. J’s L’ovedbaby Shoot

Mr. J was such a ham at his L’ovedbaby session! He is just so so cute!     Jolie Anne Photography is currently booking sessions for the months of February-April 2016. Reserve your newborn session today and your 6 month session will be free (session fee will be waved). Please call as soon as you […]

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Phoenix Child Photographer | Miss A’s L’ovedbaby Shoot

This little chunky monkey came in to model for L’ovedbaby and boy do I love those sweet cheeks!       Jolie Anne Photography is currently booking sessions for the months of February-April 2016. Reserve your newborn session today and your 6 month session will be free (session fee will be waved). Please call as […]

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Phoenix Newborn Photographer | Mr. L & Miss R’s L’ovedbaby shoot

These two cuties came into the studio to model for L’ovedbaby. Mr. L was so content in his grey/white stripped gloved-sleeve overall! Miss R was loving her coral hearts gloved-sleeve overall!       Jolie Anne Photography is currently booking Newborn sessions for the months of February-April 2016. Reserve your newborn session today and your […]

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