Where do I start. This gorgeous momma is a dear friend and was also a bridesmaid in my wedding. We met back in 2001 where we both worked at the time and hit it off quickly and have had countless Thai lunches together, chats and gone through the ups and downs of life together.

Rebecca had expressed to me in recent years her desire to be a mother. So when she told me the exciting news she had a little one on the way I was so happy for her. Her man Clayton almost didn’t come to the session you guys. Because you know, men seem to fight photos sometimes. But I told her he wasn’t allowed to not come and thankfully I got my way!

Let’s just say I’m glad he came along – the guy is photogenic! I was just dying over these two together and Rebecca’s perfect baby bump. It was truly an honor you chose me as your maternity photographer Rebecca, thank you! It’s always an honor.



I am head over heels in love with maternity sessions. It is such a special time in life that I wish more mothers documented. I feel maternity pictures are often skipped over because moms don’t feel beautiful. But man, it is such a beautiful time and I hope I get to photograph more pregnant mommas in 2017 because I just love these sessions so much. Every mom to be that I’ve photographed has truly been STUNNING. Like model material. Seriously. I mean look at her!

We had the craziest windiest day in late March (hey, I warned you in my last post I am WAY behind on blogging sessions!) for Eric and Lia’s maternity/family session but they were such troopers and we rolled with it. And I gotta say, some of the natural hair blown images I captured turned out to be my favorites!

Lia, you are seriously so gorgeous woman! Thank you guys for choosing Keri Harrison Photography to document this special time for you guys! Cannot wait to share their little guy’s newborn session soon, he’s the SWEETEST!



As a newborn photographer, it is so special to me when clients welcome me into their homes to capture this new little life that is about to change their world. It’s such a magical (ok and let’s be honest, exhausting) time. I made the switch from posed studio newborns to lifestyle newborn photography about two years ago and I have enjoyed the change so much. Both styles are such art but I am really enjoying capturing newborns in their own home. The home where they will most likely take their first steps in and say their first words.

I feel like when Henry’s parents look back at these photos 20 years from now – they will cherish them even more then they do now – because it will take them back to those very moments when Henry was brand new. The house they brought Henry home to. The nursery where momma nursed her baby and the rocking chair dad rocked his little guy to sleep. It’s what drew me to lifestyle newborn photography. I want Brandon & Jenny to look at these images and instantly remember life with Henry as a baby.

My goal as a newborn photographer is for my clients to never forget life as it once was….for my photographs to freeze time for them…so when time has passed and life has gone on and their once tiny Henry is now headed off to kindergarten…high school…college…they can look back and almost put themselves in these moments.

As a mom of five I know just how quickly time goes by. I can remember the day my oldest was born as if it were yesterday – and yet he will be nine next month. Even during the months and years of sleep deprivation that comes along with having babies and sometimes make the days feel all so long, it really goes by too quickly.

So while this post is long overdue (blogging has totally been on the back burner for me this past year – but hey it’s a new year people, new resolutions right?:)) I want to say thank you to Brandon & Jenny for welcoming me into their gorgeous home to capture this sweet time. Soak it all in. facebook4facebook6facebook7facebook11facebook16facebook24facebook28facebook35facebook37facebook38facebook45facebook46facebook48facebook50facebook53facebook59facebook61facebook62facebook63